The national strategy in the field of intellectual property until 2030 will be approved in the near future. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandr Subbotin during the international scientific and practical conference “Intellectual Property in the Modern World: Challenges of Time and Development Prospects.” The document will define the key goals, including development of regional and international cooperation, digitalization of administrative processes, technology transfer and commercialization of innovations. The conference was attended by heads of government agencies and experts from 10 countries. The focus is on the protection of intellectual property rights, counteracting unfair competition, and international cooperation.