The Ukrainian side is trying to disrupt the holiday season in Crimea using unreasonable means, said Last news Vice-Premier of the Crimean government Dmitry Polonsky.
in June, the Ukrainian side independently introduced fresh rules for crossing the border with Crimea. In the majority, they affected residents of foreign countries who now in addition to the passport it is necessary to grant a special permit issued by the state migration service of Ukraine. A special permit is issued If live in Crimea relatives or family members, If there is the burial place of relatives or the news of the death of loved ones, And the availability of real estate.
"It is clear that Ukraine will Do its utmost to make another nasty, on the principle of" Baba-Yaga is against "or Ukrainian classical principle' And what is not shim, ponadkusyvala ". If they think so, someone to scare and attract people's attention, they are very much flatter yourself greatly mistaken, " said Polonsky.
in his vision of the destructive policy of Kiev will not prevent the Crimea to spend the holiday season of 2015, you will not tell about the Ukrainian side, which is doing everything they can to scare away tourists.
"Only a madman at the moment will go to the site of Ukraine to relax. There is nothing to do, so much misery, injustice, war. Like not riding travelers, so to go and will not, as long as there begins to respect human rights, until not a normal legitimate authority, as long as you do not stop the war or will common sense prevail And the authorities will not come normal sane policy, " the Deputy Prime Minister.
Polonsky noticed that according to the information received, the tourist season in the southern resorts of Ukraine, on the Azov sea coast and Odessa region, this year a failure.
The active phase of the holiday season in Crimea started on the 1st of may. A predictive indicator of the number of vacationers in 2015 is 4, 3 million tourists by 15% more than in 2014. However, the Republic's authorities hope that the Peninsula will arrive about five million tourists. Today the Peninsula has already arrived more than a million vacationers.