Head of Crimea says investors are interested in peninsula

Head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov said at the “Year of Crimea in Russia” round-table conference today that investors from France, Greece, Turkey and Israel had visited Crimea and wanted to put money into business on the peninsula. Sergey Mikheyev, the head of the Crimean Project expert group, deputy head of the Editorial Council of Vestnik Kavkaza, the director general of the Institute for Caspian Cooperation, said that the rise of the civil society in Crimea should not be ignored.

Mikheyev called for active integration of Crimea into Russian space. In his words, all the negative elements of Ukrainian practice should be removed and any Russian negative should be prevented. He added that the problem of Crimea’s image should not be taken lightly.

Dmitry Kiselev, the director general of Russia Today, reminded that 700 billion were granted for socio-economic development of Crimea and Sevastopol until 2020. He noted that pensions in Crimea had been increased, disabled people and children were given better care, salaries grew.

Sergey Glazyev, an advisor of the Russian president, admitted that the development of Crimea was falling behind other regions. He added that the potential of Crimea should be modernized, developing its health centers. Glazyev doubts that formation of a gambling zone on the peninsula would benefit it.

Head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov said at the “Year of Crimea in Russia” round-table conference today that investors from France, Greece, Turkey and Israel had visited Crimea and wanted to put money into business on the peninsula. Sergey Mikheyev, the head of the Crimean Project expert group, deputy head of the Editorial Council of Vestnik Kavkaza, the director general of the Institute for Caspian Cooperation, said that the rise of the civil society in Crimea should not be ignored.Mikheyev called for active integration of Crimea into Russian space. In his words, all the negative elements of Ukrainian practice should be removed and any Russian negative should be prevented. He added that the problem of Crimea’s image should not be taken lightly.Dmitry Kiselev, the director general of Russia Today, reminded that 700 billion were granted for socio-economic development of Crimea and Sevastopol until 2020. He noted that pensions in Crimea had been increased, disabled people and children were given better care, salaries grew.Sergey Glazyev, an advisor of the Russian president, admitted that the development of Crimea was falling behind other regions. He added that the potential of Crimea should be modernized, developing its health centers. Glazyev doubts that formation of a gambling zone on the peninsula would benefit
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