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The travel agency from Vladivostok was the first in Russia to receive a subsidy under the state support program.

The first tourist company that received a subsidy from the federal budget for state support of tour operators was “Dialogue of Nations-1” from Vladivostok. The company plans to use this money for year-round reception of tourists.

“Counting on the implementation of these support measures in the future, tour operators would be able to reduce the prices of tourist trips to Primorye, diversify the stay program, that is, make our tourism products more attractive. The main flow of foreign tourists usually ends by October, however, in connection with the implementation of this pilot project, we set a goal to receive tourists year-round, we developed new routes, which included not only Vladivostok, but also Nakhodka, Ussuriysk, Lesozavodsk, Dalnerechensk ”, said Director of the travel company "Dialogue of Nations-1" Evgeny Belyanin.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Culture of Russia, a pilot project to support tour operators this year was initiated by the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Finance of Russia. It was launched for the development of domestic and inbound tourism in the country. Grants are provided to tour operators who provide tourist flow to priority regions of Russia, including Buryatia, Primorye, Kamchatka Krai, and Irkutsk Region.