• Igor Chaika told about the appropriate time for investments in the Crimea

  • Russian businessman, member of the General Council of the public organization "Business Russia" Igor Chaika said that now is the time to invest in Crimea's economy. He said this at the III economic forum in Yalta on Thursday, April 20, reports RIA Novosti.

    "Undoubtedly, as any subject of the Russian Federation in Crimea has its own specific areas for investment, which are a key component of the economy. One of these reference points — tourism (...). Now on the Peninsula most valued by almost all areas of the tourism industry and now is the time to invest in these areas in the Crimea", — said the Seagull.

    He also expressed the view that in the medium term, infrastructure will be upgraded. "There will be a modern hub, the bridge will be built, will be launched on rail, roads will be repaired, improved communication. The entrance to this area will cost money, and again — now is the time," added the entrepreneur.

    III international Yalta economic forum held in the Crimea from 20 to 22 April. In the fields AMEF planned signing of a dozen agreements worth more than 100 billion rubles. This year the forum is attended by fifteen hundred people, representing more than 40 countries. Of foreign delegations most numerous Italian.

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