Media Representative Accreditation Rules for the 9th Nevsky International Ecological Congress 2021

1. General provisions


1.1. Accreditation of media representatives (hereinafter, the ‘media’) at the 9th Nevsky International Ecological Congress 2021 (hereinafter, the ‘Congress’) is conducted in order to create the necessary conditions for professional activities for preparation and dissemination of complete and authentic information about Congress events.

1.2. The media need to be accredited to be able to work at any Congress events.

1.3. In conducting their professional activities, the media must respect the rights and legitimate interests of Congress participants and staff and comply with generally accepted ethical standards.

1.4. The number of media representatives that may take part in the Congress is limited because of the organizers’ desire to ensure for all media the most convenient working environment and quick access to all the requisite resources, given the substantial interest in the event on the part of the media and the limited infrastructure capacity available at the event venue (Tavricheskiy palace).

1.5. The Congress will adhere to all COVID-19 safety requirements and recommendations set out by the Federal Service for the Oversight of Consumer Protection and Welfare (Rospotrebnadzor). The Congress Organizing Committee reserves the right to set the number of accredited media representatives based on sanitary and epidemiological requirements.

Please follow updates on the Congress website and information contained in mailouts.

1.6. The Congress Organizing Committee reserves the right to determine the format of participation in Congress events for media representatives.

1.7. Media outlets shall bear responsibility for the accuracy of information provided about their employees in accordance with Russian law.

2. Media Accreditation


2.1. Accreditation procedure

Both Russian and international media may file a Congress registration application, subject to the following:


2.2. Media accreditation quotas


The number of media representatives of Congress information partners is to be determined in accordance with information partnership agreements.

2.3. Submission and review of accreditation applications


2.4.      Media accreditation badge issue


2.5. Rules and regulations for access to the Congress events


3. Refusal of accreditation



4. Rights and responsibilities of accredited media representatives at the Congress


4.1. Media representatives accredited at the Congress may do the following:


4.2. Accredited Congress media representatives must do the following: