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Moscow's background

Moscow, Russia

Moscow, the capital of Russia and the country’s principal political, economic, financial, educational, and transportation center, located on the Moskva River. The city’s population of 10.4 million permanent inhabitants within the city boundaries constitutes about 7% of the total Russian population. It is the most populous city in Europe. The city is in the Central Federal District located in the western part of the Russian Federation. Historically, its position was central in the Russian homeland. It was the capital of the former Soviet Union, and Muscovite Russia, the pre-Imperial Russian state. It is the site of the famous Kremlin, which now serves as the ceremonial residence of the President.

Moscow’s architectural and performing arts culture are world-renowned. Moscow is also well known as the site of the Saint Basil’s Cathedral, with its elegant onion domes, as well as the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. the Patriarch of Moscow, whose residence is the Danilov Monastery, serves as the head of the Russian Orthodox Church. Moscow also remains a major economic center and is home to a large number of billionaires and is perennially considered one of the most expensive cities in the world. It is home to many scientific and educational institutions, as well as numerous sport facilities. It possesses a complex transport system that includes the world’s busiest metro system which is famous for its architecture. Moscow also became the host of the 1980 Summer Olympics.

Moscow tour

In your spare time away from the conference, we would recommend you to attend 10 city's world famous sights! However, don't forget to take some warm clothes with you as the end of February is still reasonably cold.

The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia   The Kremlin - Founded in the 12th century by Prince Yury Dolgoruky and now a mass of crenellated ramparts, glittering onion domes and majestic turrets. It is now the spiritual, political and historical heart of Moscow.

Red Square, Moscow, Russia  Red Square - The oldest and most historical square in the city, and home to some of Moscow's most famous landmarks - the pompous Lenin Mausoleum and the wonderful brightly colored onion domes of St. Basil's Cathedral.

The Bolshoi Theater, Moscow, Russia  The Bolshoi Theater - world-class ballet theater with a tumultuous history dating back to the late 18th century and producer of some of Russia's most famous ballets stars, including Rudolf Nuryev and Maya Plisetskaya.

The Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Moscow, Russia  The Cathedral of Christ the Savior - magnificent replica of the 19th century church constructed to commemorate Russia's victory over the French in the Napoleonic Wars, which was demolished on Stalin's orders in the 1930s but built anew in the 1990s to mark Moscow's 850th birthday.

The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia  The Tretyakov Gallery - home to the world's most extensive collection of Russian art, including everything from icons by the legendary Andrey Rublyov to portraits of some of Russia's most prominent 18th and 19th century public figures.

Novodevichy Convent and Monastery, Moscow, Russia  Novodevichy Convent and Monastery - beautiful 16th century convent founded by Vasily III in 1524 to commemorate the recapture of Smolensk from the Lithuanians ten years earlier and the resting place of some of Moscow's most famous artists, writers, politicians and public figures.

The Arbat, Moscow, Russia  The Arbat - once a bohemian quarter of the city, littered with cafes crammed full of the capital's intellectual elite, the Arbat is today Moscow's liveliest pedestrian street and offers a great choice of street cafes, restaurants, bars, clubs, souvenir stalls, art markets and street entertainers.

Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia  Moscow State University - housed in one of the city's seven enormous gothic skyscrapers commissioned by Stalin in the 1950s, the university is the great seat of learning of some of Russia's most famous scholars and political figures, including the former President Mikhail Gorbachev.

The Moscow Metro, Moscow, Russia  The Moscow Metro - constructed during Stalin's rule to be the "people's palaces", the Moscow metro system abounds with magnificent architecture, elegant designs and a lavish and profuse use of marble, mosaics, sculptures and chandeliers.

Izmailovsky Souvenir Market, Moscow, Russia  Izmailovsky Souvenir Market - just a few minutes walk from the 16th century Imperial Estate where the future Peter the Great spent much of his childhood, the city's largest and most animated souvenir market offers visitors a wide range of Russian handicrafts, Soviet memorabilia, original paintings and delicious local cuisine.

Map of Moscow

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Confirmed speakers

Al Ghurair Iron & Steel L.L.C. (Dubai, UAE), Abu Bucker Husain, CEO

BIR, Ildar Neverov, Representative in Eastern Europe

CELL-DATA International SRL (Italy), Fabio Di Folco, Managing Director

Credinform, Informational agency, CJSC (Russia), Valery Skobelev, Head of Analytical Dept.

EvrazHolding, Managing Company (Russia), Chief Analyst of Strategic Planning Department

Vtorchermet NLMK, Ltd. (Russia), Alexander Korotaev, CEO

Gemini Corporation (Belgium), Ved Prakash Lata, Head of Steel

International Ship Recycling Association (Netherlands), Arjen Uytendaal, Director

IRMITA-CONSULT (Russia), Yuriy Kirillov, Head of Expert and Analytical Department

Istanbul Mineral and Metals Exporters' Association (IMMIB) (Turkey), Ugur Dalbeler, Member of Board

Keramet (Ukraine), Vladimir Bubley, CEO

OMK-EcoMetal Limited (Russia), Andrey Merzlyakov, CEO

OMK-Steel, JSC (Russia), Alexander Sidorin, Director for Business Development

Platts Metals Group (UK), Francis Browne, Director Market Reporting

Podyemnye Mashiny holding (Russia), Nikolay Sidorenkov, CEO

R.S. Platou ASA (Norway), Grunde Fjeldheim, Freight Department

Recyclable Resources Association (Russia), Alexey Shevtsov, Executive Director

Renaissance Capital (Russia), Boris Krasnozhenov, Vice President

Rusmet (Russia), Vadim Grinberg,

Rusmet (Russia), Victor Tarnavsky, Senior Analyst

SibVtorMet (Russia), Concern, Valdimir Neyaskin, President

The Shredder Co., LLC (USA), Scott Newell, CEO&Chairman

Trimet (Germany), Alexey Alipchenko, Head of Rep. Office in CIS, Central Asia, and Baltic countries

TUDAM (Scrap recycling association of Turkey), Seradr Aydin, General Secretary

UralMetCom, Ltd. (Russia), Alexey Chizhikov, Deputy Commercial Director

Vtormet Industrial Company (Russia), Yuriy Vrorntsov, Deputy Director

Vtormet, CJSC (Russia), Nikolay Kaaraush, Director

NLMK-Sort, Ltd. (Russia), Alexander Buraev, CEO
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