MOSCOW, March 16 – RIA Novosti. A master plan for the development of tourism in 12 “macro-territories” of Russia will be prepared within the framework of the national project “Tourism and the hospitality industry,” Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko told reporters.
“All macro-territories will receive their own concept, including zoning, architectural and design code, calculation of tourist flows, load on infrastructure, ecosystems and much more. Let's start with the Crimea and the Far East. Then the rest,” Chernyshenko said, specifying what is currently in the draft passport of the national project includes about 600 tourism projects.
The mechanisms of state support provided for by the national project are designed to improve the economy and logistics of the development of tourism infrastructure. The corporation “Turizm.RF” will systematically “sew up” the bottlenecks at each stage.
“On the one hand, we will ensure the capitalization of state support measures. We will enter the authorized capital, for example, by financing the” last mile “, and reinvest the funds when the investor buys out the share. On the other hand, we will act as a financial and administrative guarantor of a seamless construction project for investors, increase profitability of projects “, – said General Director of the corporation” Tourism.RF “Sergei Sukhanov, whose words were quoted in the office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
The national project “Tourism and Hospitality Industry” is going to be submitted to the Presidium of the Presidium of the Council for Strategic Development and National Projects under the President of the Russian Federation by the end of March. Chernyshenko noted that at the moment the preparation of the national project is in the final stage.
The main objectives of the document are to increase the number of travels in Russia by 2030 to 140 million from 65 million a year, create new jobs, as well as ensure economic growth in the country due to the multiplication of the tourism industry. According to the Deputy Prime Minister, the implementation of the national project will create 4.7 million new jobs by 2030.