In 2023, 11 regions will receive subsidies for the development of supporting infrastructure for tourism projects

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Ministry of Construction of Russia 08 December 2022 18:40

In 2023, 11 regions will receive subsidies from the Ministry of Construction of Russia for the development of supporting infrastructure in order to implement tourism investment projects under construction. Work is already underway in four territories – in Adygea, Kamchatka, Kuzbass, Tver, and seven more regions will receive funds for the first time to co-finance engineering and transport infrastructure for the development of tourist clusters. We are talking about facilities in the Perm Region, Primorsky Territory, Voronezh Region, Irkutsk, Penza, Chelyabinsk, Yaroslavl regions.

"The list of regions to receive subsidies was formed on the basis of the selection conducted by the Ministry of Construction of Russia this year. The support provides for the development of supporting infrastructure for new tourist facilities under construction, built with the participation of the joint-stock company "Corporation Tourism.RF". The supporting infrastructure will be built in parallel with the creation of investment projects, so that by the time the investment project is put into operation, all the engineering and transport infrastructure necessary for its provision is ready," said Yuri Gordeev, Deputy Head of the Ministry of Construction of Russia.

The funds for the provision of subsidies were approved by Federal Law No. 466-FZ dated 05.12.2022 "On the Federal Budget for 2023 and for the Planning Period of 2024 and 2025".

Subsidies will be provided for the construction of roads, heat supply networks, gas supply, energy supply, water supply and sanitation, which will ensure the functioning of tourist facilities.

So, in the Kamchatka Territory in 2023, the construction of a public road from p. Thermal to the tourist cluster "Three Volcanoes".

In the Tver region, design and survey work will begin on the construction of the motorway "Entrance to the Zavidovo Aeropark" and the transport interchange of two highways through the M-10 "Russia" highway. Also, the construction of a complex of supporting infrastructure of the tourist and recreational cluster "Volga Sea" for servicing tourist vessels in the estuary section of the Shosha River will continue here.

In the Kemerovo region, design and survey work will continue on the construction of a highway - an entrance to the first stage of the tourist center of the resort city "Novy Sheregesh" with an adjunction to the highway "Chugunash – Sports and tourist complex "Sheregesh" and to the highway "Kuzedeevo - Mundybash – Tashtagol". Design and survey work on the construction of water supply and sanitation networks of the first stage of the tourist center of the resort city "Novy Sheregesh" will also be continued.

In the Republic of Adygea, design and survey work is already underway on the reconstruction of a section of the Dakhovskaya - Lago-Naki Plateau highway near the Lagonaki integrated tourist project. It is planned to start construction and installation works at this facility in 2023.

Subsidies are distributed within the framework of the national project "Tourism and the Hospitality Industry". The projects are implemented by the regions together with the Tourism Corporation. The Russian Federation and investors.

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Since 2021, the Ministry of Construction of Russia has been overseeing the federal project "Development of Tourism Infrastructure" of the national project "Tourism and Hospitality Industry".

Within the framework of the federal project, the Ministry of Construction of Russia implements two measures of state support. The first is the distribution of subsidies for the creation of engineering and transport infrastructure in the regions. Another measure provides for the possibility of creating investment projects and developing master plans for the development of tourist territories by providing budget investments to JSC "Corporation Tourism.RF".


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