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The development of tourism in Primorye is included in the "Strategy for the development of tourism in the Russian Federation for the period up to 2020 of the year"

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed an order "On the approval of the Strategy for the development of tourism in the Russian Federation for the period up to 2020", materials were published on the Government's website on June 9.

The document notes that significant work has already been done, and such areas as the Far East, Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands have become accessible to foreign tourists.

As part of the strategy in the Primorsky Territory, it is planned to invest in the creation of recreational and tourist clusters "Pidan", "Ussuriysk-Mikhailovka", "Arseniev", "Shmakovsky", "Nakhodka-Partizansk" and "Khasansky". In the future, extreme, sports, adventure, expeditionary, fishing and other types of outdoor activities will be developed on this territory.

The document notes that the Sikhote-Alin and Far Eastern Marine Reserves and the Land of the Leopard National Park have the greatest potential for the development of ecological and cruise tourism in Primorye.

The tourism industry of the Far East of the Russian Federation has been tasked to create a competitive industry based on several world-class resorts with a high level of service based on unique natural resources.

To implement the goals, a set of measures has been developed, including optimization of the operation of checkpoints, development of port facilities and small aircraft, the creation of special economic zones of tourist and recreational type, and the stimulation of entrepreneurial activity in the field of tourism.

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