A project for support of tourism development in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (Ukraine's south), the funds for realization of which to the amount of EUR 5 million will allocated by the European Union, will be presented in Yalta.

The press service of the Crimean Resorts and Tourism Ministry informs, citing Crimean Deputy Minister for Resorts and Tourism Mykola Marynov, UKRINFORM reports.

"The project will be implemented by a consortium of international consulting companies GDSI LTD from Ireland, Italy and The Netherlands, which have won a tender. Jointly with the European Union representatives and the Resorts and Tourism Ministry the GDSI LTD will realize a Program "Joint Initiative on Cooperation in Crimea" and master EUR 5 million, allocated within the project framework," Marynov has said.

Presentation will be held within the frames of the 21st International Tourist Fair "Crimea. Resorts. Tourism," which will start February 29 in Yalta.

August 3, 2011, the Council of Ministers of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea confirmed the draft terms of reference on development of tourism in Crimea on the EU Program "Support of a Joint Initiative on Cooperation in Crimea."

The terms of reference include three main components: institutional development - promotion of reformation of the normative-legal base, strengthening of relations among institutional structures of the recreation complex, improvement of cooperation between business and the power in the issues of tourism; improvement of the quality of service and management of tourist objects - development and implementation of standards; measures for diversification of tourism - support of development of historical, natural, educational and other types of tourism. The financing volumes allocated by the European Union within the framework of the project realization makes up EUR 5 million. The project will be realized over three years, from 2012 and until 2014.

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