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Lawmakers of Primorye develop tourism

The Legislative Assembly of the Primorsky Territory has developed a law "On Tourism and Tourism Activities", within the framework of which the Primorsky travel companies will be able to receive state support. According to the MPs, this legislative framework helps to develop tourism in the region.

According to the law, companies providing travel services will receive tax benefits, assistance in organizing and participating in exhibitions, assistance in the production and sale of various information products. In addition, this law gives the right to reimbursement from the budget of Primorye part of the cost of paying interest on loans.

According to the regional department of international cooperation and tourism development, the main mechanism for the formation of complexes is the cluster approach. The creation of a new tourist cluster is planned in the Shkotovsky district. Mount Pidan will become its center. In the Mikhailovsky district, it is planned to create a park "World of Birds" near Lake Lotosovoye and a cultural and recreational center "Cossack Stanitsa".

Currently, the Emerald Valley park near Ussuriysk, the Udegeyskaya Legend national park, and the national village of Krasny Yar are already successfully operating on the territory of the region. Traditionally, fishermen tourists are attracted by the Amgu and Bikin rivers.

The plans of the leaders of the region are to increase the flow of tourists to the region by 5,6 times, the number of people employed in the tourism sector by 5,7 times, places in hotels and tourist centers by 3,2 times. In addition, the authorities also plan to increase budget revenues by 4,9 times. For this, financing of the state program "Tourism Development in 2013-2017" will amount to 34 billion rubles.

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