Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev will on Thursday attend the second St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.
The forum, to be held on May 17-19, will discuss measures to counter corruption, the legal framework of the World Trade Organization, antitrust regulation, implementation of commercial arbitration courts’ rulings, the legal regime of the internet and other issues.
Representatives from over 50 countries will attend the forum, organized by Russia’s Justice Ministry, Supreme Court of Arbitration and other organizations.
The forum was founded in 2011 by the Justice Ministry. Medvedev, who was Russia’s president at the time, attended the first forum.