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Chinese media will promote tourism in Primorye

Vice-Governor of Primorsky Krai Tatyana Zabolotnaya discussed with journalists from the People's Republic of China the development of tourism and the implementation of the project of the integrated entertainment zone "Primorye".

Representatives of 8 media from provinces and cities of China, as well as representatives of investment companies Firich Enterprises and Summit Ascent Holdings Ltd. took part in the Russian-Chinese meeting. Journalists from the Middle Kingdom are keenly interested in promoting the tourism resources of Primorye in the Chinese tourism market and in increasing the internal and incoming flows to the region. Such opportunities opens up a new resort "Primorye", which is being built on the shores of the Ussuri Bay.

The vice-governor said that today Primorye occupies a leading position in Russia in receiving tourists from the PRC. The region is in third place after Moscow and St. Petersburg. Tatyana Zabolotnaya told the guests that the inbound tourist flow from China to Russia in the first nine months of this year increased by 15 percent. She also stressed that meeting with journalists is a great contribution to the development of mutual tourist exchanges.

“I am sure that our current meeting will allow you to assess the tourism potential and investment attractiveness of the Primorsky Territory, and you in turn will help the citizens of China to learn more about our region,” she appealed to the media.

The development of tourism is one of the priorities in Primorye. The head of the region, Vladimir Miklushevsky, set the task of increasing the flow of guests of the region to 10-12 million people a year.

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