Festivals Like Koktebel Jazz Party, necessary Crimea and also to attract tourists, said the Head of the Republic Sergey Aksenov at a press conference in Koktebel on the last working day of the week.
Koktebel Jazz Party is an annual international jazz Festival. The festival began As a private initiative of its founder - known journalist Dmitry Kiselev. Small Crimean village gave the name to the festival, which has taken pride of place in the list of jazz events. According to organizers, the Festival has turned in Koktebel " jazz Mecca ".
"in person I have no doubt, because it is useful, good job, everyone needs, and creative people who have the opportunity to present their work ", - said Aksenov.
He drew attention that the Festival needs the Crimea, As it attracts tourists, and the Republic's authorities " will fully support the Holding of this festival."
"Such a festival must. As here and present foreign correspondents and participants, " explained Feldman.
He clarified that supports the work and development of music education institutions in the Crimea, and among them jazz. The head of the Crimea expressed gratitude to the organizers of the festival and himself the founder of the Koktebel Jazz Party, the General Director of MIA "Russia today" Dmitry Kiselev, and also admitted that he is far from jazz and doesn't understand his directions, but with the help of the Koktebel Jazz Party will be to educate ourselves.
Answering the question may be whether the combination of the jazz festival with wine, Aksenov said: "Wine is compatible with jazz during the subsequent year, without a doubt."
Crimea became one of the most popular destinations for tourists from Russia after the reunification of the Peninsula with Russia in March 2014. For the holiday season-2015 Crimea was visited by more than 3 million tourists that will outperform the last almost 20%, with 90% of tourists - citizens of Russia and 10% are foreign citizens, mostly residents of Ukraine. The most popular is the southern coast of Crimea - here own vacation spend more than half of holidaymakers.