Delegates told about the host city, Yekaterinburg.
The event was dedicated to the Chinese Spring Festival and the upcoming Expo 2019 in Beijing.
The rest will be introduced in stages before 2022. A know-how project will be implemented in Astana as well.
Russian Yekaterinburg and Japan's Osaka have sent their applications to the International Expositions Bureau as well.
According to the Kazakh Energy Ministry spokespeople, the center’s activities will be focused mainly on Central Asia.
Kazakhstan showcased its projects in the field of green energy, including Digital Kazakhstan, on a 195-square-meter area.
At present, renewable energy sources account for a quarter of the world's electricity production.
According to member of South Korean National Assembly, Noh Woong Rae, Kazakhstan demonstrated great potential in this matter.
A special expert group selected more than 130 green developments in four areas last summer.
Kazakhstan was the first CIS country to host a specialized international exhibition.
Its facade is made in the same style as in the capital of Kazakhstan.
Astana EXPO 2017 increased Kazakhstan's prestige on the world stage and made the country even more recognizable.
Kazakhstan’s national EXPO 2017 pavilion Nur Alem attracts visitors and residents of Astana.
Astana EXPO 2017 produced the multiplicative effect in all sectors of Kazakhstan’s economy.
The 162nd session of the General Assembly of the International Bureau of Exhibitions (IBE) was held in Paris.
This was voiced by a Polish expert who visited the exhibition in Astana.
Central Asian countries are developing green energy.
Astana EXPO 2017 positively affected all spheres of Kazakhstan’s economy.