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Russian government approved the concept of tourism development in the Far East - EastRussia | Far East






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The Government of the Russian Federation approved the concept of tourism development in the Far East

The head of the Cabinet, Dmitry Medvedev, signed an order approving the federal program "Development of domestic and incoming tourism in the Russian Federation (2019 - 2025 years)," the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development said. Based on the concept proposed by Rosturism, a draft federal program will be developed.

According to the words of the deputy head of the Minsk region, Arthur Niyazmetov, three tourist-recreational clusters are envisaged within the framework of the FTP. According to the concept, tourist integrated investment projects are being created in the sphere of cruise tourism. These are the Amur projects (the Khabarovsk Territory, the Amur Region, the Jewish Autonomous Region), Primorye (Primorsky Krai) and Kamchatka-Sakhalin (Kamchatka and Sakhalin Oblasts) . "These projects have high tourist attractiveness for Russians and foreign citizens. We have repeatedly drawn the attention of our colleagues to insufficient attention to Sakhalin and Kamchatka. Our appeals were heard. New directions are indicated in the concept, "the words of Mr. Niyazmetov are reproduced in the message. He noted that the creation of tourist clusters in the Far East is possible, including in the TOP.

Within the framework of mechanisms for supporting investors in the Far Eastern Federal District in the sphere of tourism, the 91 project is implemented with a total investment of 43,8 billion rubles, projects are designed to create almost 5,9 thousand jobs.