What problems can be solved by innovations?
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EXPO 2025

Technologies
to make people happy
Host CityEkaterinburgRead About
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Innovations are the
key factor of progress
Svetlana Sagaydak
Head of Expo 2025 Bid Committee
Our theme Changing the World: Innovations and Better Life for Future Generations
Accessibility
Technologies should be available for everybody, despite of their physical abilities. They should unite people, not divide them.
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Made for All
Technologies should be possessed by all people, they should not be a property for the privileged minority.
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Simplicity
The use of technologies should make life simpler, not more difficult.
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Sharing
Technologies should unite the world, gather counties and nations together and help them to find the common language.
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Milestones Expo 2025

June 14th 2017
National Bid submission
November 2017
BIE General Assembly
April 2018
BIE Inspection visit to Ekaterinburg
June 2018
BIE General Assembly
November 2018
BIE General Assembly

Why us?

Ekaterinburg is the fourth largest Russian city, located at the crossroads of major transportation arteries connecting Asia and Europe.Read more
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Host Country

Russia
Spanning 11 time zones and two continents, Russia provides an immense space for both numerous nationalities and cultures. It is often called a bridge between the East and the West.
Bordering the Arctic Ocean in North Asia and extending from Europe — west of the Urals — to the North Pacific Ocean, Russia is the largest country in the world. A territory of 17 million square kilometers is home to the world's 9th largest population, at 146,8 million people, 190 ethnic minorities and 127 languages.

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What problems can be solved by innovations?
What problems can be solved by innovations?
Expo 2025 bid video

Legacy

Creating sustainable legacies is a fundamental commitment on the part of the Universal Expositions.Read more

Infrastructure

Expo 2025 visitors will come to Ekaterinburg from all over the world, with 14 million people expected to visit the event.Read more