Event host city is Moscow, the capital of Russia
Moscow is the most popular cultural and tourist center of Russia. The Kremlin, Red Square, the Novo-Devichi Convent, Kolomenskoe Architectural Ensemble are in the list of UNESCO cultural heritage.
Moscow is a seat of the Russian Government, being the site of the Moscow Kremlin, a medieval city-fortress that is today the residence of the Russian President. Kremlin is also known for the Armory and Diamond Fund.
The Bolshoi Theatre, one of the best opera and ballet theatre in the world, as well as more than 200 dramatic, music and children’s theatres, are located in Moscow. Moscow is the residence of more than 400 museums, and the world famous Tretyakov art gallery is among them.
Moscow is the largest transport hub of the Russian Federation with 6 airports (3 of them are international), 9 railway stations, 3 river ports.
In 2020, the International Conference and Exhibition " Relay Protection and Automation for Electric Power Systems 2020" will be held at the World Trade Center.
The Congress Center of the World Trade Center Moscow is the first in Russia congress site at the level of the world standards, certified by the International Association of Congress Centers (AIPC), which provides venue for conducting over 500 business and over 100 cultural and leisure events per year.
In 2016, the Congress Center won the prestigious professional Russian Business Travel & MICE Award as the "Best Russia's Congress Center". The award became the fourth acknowledgement of the quality performance: in 2013 it was already awarded the title of "Best Russia's Congress Center", as well as winner of "Best Congress Center of Moscow" Award in 2010 and 2011.
5960 m² – Total area of the Congress Center
2600 m² – Exhibition area
1500 seats – Congress Hall capacity
32 halls – Conference halls of various configuration