• Medina found a new way to develop domestic tourism

  • The Minister of culture of Russia commented on the statement of the activists of "Discerneth" in relation to his doctoral thesis. On Friday, June 9, writes "Kommersant".

    "Beginning to find some favor in all of this endless "Santa Barbara" around my dissertation. The Ministry of culture still is responsible for tourism. And we constantly fight — seeking mechanisms, in order to encourage fellow citizens to domestic tourism. Come up with tax incentives, subsidies, registers, etc. And here is the know-how from the groups of the unemployed bums from the "Discarnate". We can say, without prior arrangement opened a tourist route called "the Hunting of Medina"," Medina joked.

    "As the Minister will recommend to the Federal Agency for Tourism to make a new "Discerneth" in the list of recommended products. As a private citizen, I humbly request that the WAC if and Belgorod will come a hitch, forward, thesis consistently to the Altai, Baikal, Kamchatka, and the final stage of consideration to hold a visiting session of the academic Council somewhere on the Putorana Plateau. In August. Beautiful places, Lord Babicka. Travel to Russia!" the Minister concluded.

    Consideration of the application of the activists of the "Discarnate" on the doctoral thesis of Medinsky was appointed in July and is scheduled to be held in Belgorod state University.


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