The Gorchakov Fund supported Russia Forum New York
On April 21, 2016, anther Russia Forum New York was held at the Princeton Club of New York. It was dedicated to a discussion of economic, scientific and cultural ties between Russia and the U.S. under current conditions. The event was organized by Russian Center New York with support of the Gorchakov Fund.
Over 200 participants from U.S. financial organizations, well-known economists, and representatives of governmental and public organizations took part in the event. Minister of Moscow Government and Head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations Sergey Cheremin, Director of The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation Richard Armstrong, investor and Development Director of The Wolfsonian – Florida International University Michael Hughes, philanthropist and Founder of The Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History at American University Susan Carmel, representatives of the Embassy and Trade Mission of the Russian Federation in the U.S., Russian Venture Company and other organizations were among the guests of the forum.
Discussion sessions “Status and Prospects for Russian-American Cooperation”, “Prospects for Russian-American Business”, and “Russian-American Cultural Cooperation” were held within the framework of the forum.
The forum ended with a jazz concert performed by a quintet of musician and composer Valery Ponomarev and an exhibition of works by photographer Roman Makhmutov of at the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in New York.