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Russian-Chinese Forum will be held in Primorye October 14-15

IV Russian-Chinese forum on cross-border tourism between the regions of the Far East, Eastern Siberia and the Northeast of China will be held in Primorye 14-15 October. The venue will be the FEFU campus on Russky Island.

According to Alexey Starichkov, director of the department of international cooperation and tourism development in Primorsky Krai, representatives of Rosgranitsa, the State Tourism Administration of China, border and customs services of both countries, executive authorities, tourism organizations, insurance and transport companies, the media will attend the forum.

The main goal of the forum will be to solve the issues of formation and development of the tourism industry as a significant industry for the border regions of Russia and China.

The topic of the plenary session of the forum will be "The tourism industry as a significant factor in the tourist specialization of the regions of the Far East and Eastern Siberia of the Russian Federation and the North-East of the People's Republic of China."

The participants will discuss, among other things, the creation of favorable conditions for the development of tourist exchanges, increasing the investment attractiveness of the territories, the opportunity to open charter flights between Primorje and the northeastern provinces of China.

Also within the framework of the forum there will be presentations of tourist routes.

Let us recall that the development of the tourism sector is one of the priority areas in Primorye. The head of the region, Vladimir Miklushevsky, set a task to increase the flow of visitors to the region to 10-12 million people a year.

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