Ukrainian Crimea Strives to Become Tourism Capital of Eastern Europe
together with geographic location, health-resort potential and incentives
from the local government will make Crimea the tourism capital of
reports the general directorate of information policy of the Council of
Ministers of the autonomous republic of Crimea.
During his visit to the EU the Crimean Prime Minister met with the
Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood policy Stefan Fuele
and signed the agreement on financing the “Support of the joint initiative of
cooperation in Crimea” program. According to the agreement the EU pledged
facilitate further fundraising for the area starting this year, reports the
directorate. This agreement became the culminating point of the visit of the
Crimean Prime Minister
the “Investment Opportunities in Crimea” Ukrainian business forums. While
addressing the forum participants Vasyl Dzharty highlighted successful
actions taken by Crimean authorities to nurture favorable investment climate
and fight corruption. “The Autonomy possesses low risk and high investment
potential. The Council of Ministers guarantees calm and comfortable operation
for investors in Crimea,” said Dzharty.
The true potential of Crimean geographic location, climate and historical
background can hardly be overestimated. Crimean summer is similar to that of
French and Portuguese Mediterranean coasts and the peninsular shares the same
position in the Black Sea.
Crimea is the place that unites the past and the present of the
Russian tsar and later for the Communist Party leaders. Multiple vineyards as
well as the Wine Tasting Hall in the city of Yalta, the “Pearl of the
Crimea,” offer good quality wine.
The local Vorontsov Palace and the British Buckingham Palace have been
designed by the same architect –
Yalta conference between Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin.
SOURCE Worldwide News Ukraine