The chief of the Russian presidential administration Sergei Ivanov said that conducted a seven-day vacation on the southern coast of the Crimea.
"I confess that own a vacation of seven days at the end of July-early August, held in the Crimea. I quite liked it. I Even had nostalgia to visit Alupka, coast, ride, swim, "said Ivanov, RIA" Novosti ".
according to him, He was familiar with the southern coast of the Crimea from the young age when with his parents every year come here to rest." You know, there is a notion of homeland. I have a small homeland - Leningrad, St. Petersburg, Leningrad region. Here, I would add all the southern coast of the Crimea ", - said Ivanov. The head of the administration added that the Crimea has a unique natural environment." I had a wonderful holiday, the weather was good. I visited one of their most favorite places, where the boy spent a lot of years. This is Alupka, which translated from the Crimean Tatar means " foxhole ". I remember a stunning Park, Vorontsov Palace and beach for children ", - told memories Ivanov. He said that in the Crimea learned to swim, to dive from the high rocks, catching crabs and shrimps. Ivanov has supplemented his words by the fact that the rules for vacationers in Crimea in the future will be even more convenient." Let's build a bridge (Kerch bridge), will repair the roads, rest in Crimea will be more convenient. Even now, According to my information, and resorts of Crimea filled to the eyeballs - Russia went. This is Very important, " He said, noting that besides the development of resort towns ought to allocate time and resources to pay attention and Kerch, which from the position of tourism is not the most outstanding city, but from the back side, is the main vehicle gates." Kerch Is the gateway to the Crimea. Other gates we have at present no. Perekop (border of Crimea with Ukraine) is closed, " - said Ivanov. Before the first day of the week the Vice-Premier of the Crimean government Ruslan Balbec said that the Peninsula is preparing to take the three-million tourist. 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.