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Perspectives of river tourism on the Amur are discussed in Blagoveshchensk

July 26 in Blagoveshchensk began its work the first tourist and cultural forum for the development of river cruise tourism in the Far East. Within two days, the forum participants will hold presentations of river tourism development projects, the press service of the regional government reports.

Deputy Prime Minister of the region Marina Dedyushko in her speech noted that the Amur, running from north-west to south-east, with a length of more than 2 kilometers, is the only large border river that opens up unique opportunities for tourism. The Amur River valley is distinguished by a large number of historical and archaeological sites, as well as beautiful landscapes.

“Both Russia and the People's Republic of China are large tourist centers with an ancient and distinctive culture. Russia attracts with historical monuments of Moscow and St. Petersburg, mesmerizing landscapes, China - with the Great Wall of China, other tourist attractions that are highly popular. Heilongjiang Province intends, together with representatives of various districts and regions, to further improve the service, to work to stimulate Russian-Chinese tourism cooperation, "said Deputy Governor of Heilongjiang Province Sun Dongsheng.

During the day, the participants will discuss the current state and development of river tourism in Russia, the prospects for river tourism on the Amur. They will present the projects "Cruises on the Amur". Tomorrow at 09:30 in the conference hall of the hotel "Asia" there will be a meeting on the theme "Development of military-historical tourism in the Far East of Russia and the North-East of China", the project "Road of winners" will be presented. On July 28, the forum will continue its work in Heihe City.

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