The head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov has made the initiative to simplify the requirements for employment of Ukrainian citizens in the tourism industry of the Republic, such as excluding the mandatory examination on the knowledge of Russian language, history and fundamentals of Russian law.
Speaking at the meeting of the state Council Presidium devoted to the development of tourism, Aksenov called one of the main prohibitions for industrial development the problem of staff allocation of the tourism industry, reports RIA " Novosti ".
"It just so happened that in the past years in the Crimea, the Overwhelming number of seasonal vacancies closed visitors from different Ukrainian regions. Due to the fact that tightened requirements for acceptance into the workplace foreign Residents, was formed in the Crimea serious enough vacuum on the market of the service staff ", – said Aksenov. According to the head of the Republic, the average salary in Crimea is lower than in the other regions of Russia, for that reason bring on the workplace of the Russian citizens is problematic. The resolution of the situation, the business sees the involvement of foreign Residents, and in the 1st turn – Residents of Ukraine, including a large number of professionals. In his vision, in Crimea it is necessary to create an educational network that will prepare staff for the service sector in tourism, but this takes a lot of time, and the situation is already acute." In the design patent on the implementation of the labor activity of the population of Ukraine in the Russian Federation requires the exam on the knowledge of Russian language, history and fundamentals of the law of the Russian Federation. A large number of Residents of Ukraine studied in a school setting Russian language and literature, for this reason, please take action to exclude this item for the above persons In the presence of supporting documents ", – said Feldman. On the first day of the week, Russian President Vladimir Putin holds in Crimea, the meeting of the Presidium of the state Council, to discuss priority directions of development of domestic tourism as a catalyst for socio-economic development of regions of Russia and, for example, Crimea. Crimea became one of the most popular destinations for tourists from Russia after the reunification of the Peninsula with Russia in March 2014. Federal and regional authorities have positioned the development of the tourism industry as one of the development priorities of the region, activity in the Crimean direction demonstrate Russian airlines and tour operators.