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Kiriyenko thanked Sobyanin for creating the Atom pavilion at VDNKh

MOSCOW, November 2 First Deputy Head of the Russian Presidential Administration, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Rosatom Sergei Kiriyenko thanked Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, the Moscow government and Rosatom for the creation of the Atom pavilion at VDNKh, which will operate at the Russia exhibition and forum.
“Today I want to say a huge thank you to both Sergei Semenovich and the entire Moscow government not only for realizing the dream of this pavilion, but also for the fact that from the moment the Exhibition of National Economic Achievements became one of the projects of the Moscow government, it has changed beyond recognition.” , Kiriyenko said at the opening of the Atom pavilion at VDNKh as part of the Russia exhibition-forum.

Kiriyenko thanked all workers in the nuclear industry, Rosatom, and Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Alexander Novak. “Today the nuclear industry is a dream and a source of pride,” he added.

The international exhibition and forum “Russia” at VDNH will open on November 4. The exhibition will run until April 12, 2024. 89 regions, 22 federal executive bodies (ministries, as well as the Federal Agency for State Reserves), 20 companies, corporations and public organizations, a total of 131 expositions, will participate in it.
The Atom Pavilion is a unique architectural object with four above-ground and three underground floors. The area of ​​the new exhibition center is about 25 thousand square meters. The pavilion houses several exhibition areas, of which the main exhibition consists of three – “Soviet Atomic Project”, “Time of the First” and “Modern Nuclear Industry”.

The exhibition “Soviet Atomic Project” tells how the Soviet nuclear industry developed under war and post-war conditions and how nuclear parity was achieved, which preserved peace in the second half of the 20th century. “The Time of the First” provides an insight into the scientific and technological revolution of the 1950s and 1960s, driven by the study of atomic energy. The section “Modern Nuclear Industry” tells how today research and new technologies in the nuclear industry serve the benefit of humanity in medicine, ecology, logistics and energy. The key exhibit of the exhibition is an installation illustrating the operating principles of modern nuclear reactors.

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