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Russia and Japan will continue cooperation in the development of modern biomedical technologies

The Third Eurasian Women's Forum has become a constructive platform for Russia and Japan on cooperation in the implementation of women's leadership programs, as well as interregional and twin-city exchanges.

During the business breakfast “Culture of health. Woman, family, society ”the participants discussed the latest medical technologies and the latest scientific discoveries of the two countries in the field of health promotion and longevity.

At the business breakfast, folk crafts of the Nizhny Novgorod region were presented, foreign guests got acquainted with traditional treats, the history of Russian nesting dolls and Khokhloma painting. It was possible to plunge into the atmosphere of the two countries more fully thanks to the tea ceremony, which was conducted by the Knight of the Order of "Ruby Star - Gold and Silver Rays" Yamada Midori.
Inna Svyatenko, Chairperson of the Federation Council Committee on Social Policy, noted that in 2021, taking into account global challenges, the Year of Japanese-Russian interregional and twin-city exchanges continued.

In conclusion, at the site of the third Eurasian Women's Forum, agreements on strategic partnership were signed between the V.P. Filatov International Foundation for the Development of Biomedical Technologies and the Japanese Medical Society of Clinical Placental Medicine (JSCPM), as well as the Japanese Society of Anti-Aging Medicine.
According to the President of the International Foundation for the Development of Biomedical Technologies. V.P. Filatov Ekaterina Dibrova, this will facilitate cooperation at the international level, the development of modern biomedical technologies, including anti-aging medicine and therapy.
The event was attended by Elena Bibikova, Deputy Chairperson of the Federation Council Committee on Social Policy, Natalya Manturova, Chief Freelance Specialist of the Russian Ministry of Health, a plastic surgeon, Chiharu Watanabe, Director of the Japanese Placental Association of Clinical Medicine, and Yoshikazu Yonei, a board member of the Japanese Society of Anti-Aging Medicine.
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