Singapore digest news (14.02 - 18.02)

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One of Asia's largest Airshows opens in Singapore
Representatives of about 600 companies from almost 40 countries and territories are taking part in the Singapore Airshow - 2022, which opened on Tuesday and is held every two years. This was reported by a TASS correspondent from the venue.
The Russian delegation has already held and is still scheduled to hold many meetings and talks with industry companies from across the Southeast Asian region at the airshow.

Russia's cooperation with Synergy Group was discussed
Synergy Group is one of the world's largest maritime vessel operators (more than 500 ships under management, 19,000 employees).
The main point is technology. Synergy Group is ready to test and implement new technological solutions from Russia on its vessels, as well as to invest in start-ups in this industry.

Russia's Volga-Dnepr Group will provide logistics for the Southeast Asian space technology market
Within the framework of the Global Space and Technology Convention in Singapore, Volga-Dnepr Group and the Singapore Space and Technology Ltd (SSTL) signed a Cooperation Agreement. Under the Agreement, SSTL will support Volga-Dnepr in promoting its services in the Southeast Asian market and Volga-Dnepr will act as a logistics service provider for the region's space technology industry community. In 2021, Volga-Dnepr aircraft delivered more than 4,000 tonnes of aerospace cargo worldwide, and in the past 3 years have delivered more than 150 satellites.

Virtual reality can help save lives
A new development at the National University of Singapore, in partnership with the Keio-NUS Cute Center and the Singapore Armed Forces, is using multi-sensory virtual reality technology to train medical professionals. The system is practised on a special mannequin, which adds realism and improves results.

Singapore has decided to take a different route to restore tourism
Singapore was on the list of states that remained closed to tourism. The Association of Tour Operators of Russia, citing the regional director of the Singapore Tourism Board, told how the country is going to live in the near future and what restrictions will be lifted.
The country is introducing certain relaxations in 2022. Singapore says it needs to prepare for life with the coronavirus and not live under strict rules. The country is not focusing on the number of new cases detected.

Russian Ballet School concerts to take place in Singapore
On 12 and 13 March 2022, the Singapore School of Russian Ballet will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a production of Tchaikovsky's world-famous ballet Swan Lake