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The potential of the regions of the Far East and Siberia will unite the tourist route "The Eastern Ring of Russia"

Primorsky Krai will begin the tourist route "The Eastern Ring of Russia", which should unite the potential of the regions of the Far East and Siberia, said the Governor of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, at the plenary meeting of the II Pacific Tourism Forum that opened in Vladivostok today

The potential of the regions of the Far East and Siberia will unite the tourist route
"The President set ambitious tasks for the development of the territories in front of our regions. And tourism is one of the directions of this development. At least because in addition to the economy, it is also a policy of "soft power" - people begin to communicate, for example, within the framework of tourist trips, and then move to a different level of interaction. Obviously, by uniting, we will be able to attract more tourists, "the governor said.

According to him, the Primorsky Territory can and must become the largest Asian tourist hub of Russia, which will receive and redistribute the incoming tourist flow, as well as form package tours to other regions of Russia, Asia and Europe. He noted that tourists, starting the route from Primorye, will be able to see the Mariinsky seaside scene, a branch of the Hermitage, the Primorye entertainment resort area, etc.

The governor suggested that the regions of the "Eastern Ring" conclude a single interregional agreement on cooperation in the development and promotion of the project, Tass notes.

“Moreover, given the considerable distance between our subjects, it is necessary to develop proposals for subsidizing air travel in the Russian Far East in order to increase the mobility of tourists and reduce their transport costs. The government is already helping us with this today by subsidizing air travel between the regions, ”said Miklushevsky.

The Eastern Ring of Russia project is intended to make 12 sights of the Far Eastern and Siberian regions more accessible to tourists: these are Yakutia, Buryatia, Zabaikalsky, Kamchatsky, Primorsky and Khabarovsky krais, Amur, Irkutsk, Magadan and Sakhalin regions, the Jewish Autonomous Region and the Chukotka Autonomous Region.
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