In 2023, the Crimean tourism industry will receive 2 billion rubles in state aid.
This was stated by the head of Crimea, Sergei Aksenov, writes TASS. According to him, the funds will be allocated from May to August, if the republic can save jobs. Up to 30,000 people will receive such support.
In addition, Aksyonov warned of the upcoming difficulties that await Crimea during the holiday season. Most tourists will travel to the peninsula by train or car, so it is important to reduce the time for vehicle inspection on the Crimean Bridge.
“The trains have been added, we will have 17 pairs of trains permanently running from the regions of the Russian Federation and five more for this period. Of course, they will not remove the problem on a global scale. 1.5 million passengers transported is not a solution for Crimea,” he added. Aksenov.
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