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More than 200,000 Russians ‘infected’ by Dominican Republic’s tourism

Vladivostok.- The Dominican Government seeks access to markets in Russia and neighbouring countries based on competitive offerings for business and investment, and its contagious tourism and culture, Dominican ambassador in Russia Jorge Luis Pérez announced Tuesday.

He said the Dominican tourist system evolves “thanks to the timely investments which the Government has been carrying out in modern infrastructure, telecommunications, transport, preparation and specialization of human resources.”

He said the government also promotes construction of hotels, tourism sector companies and business in general “which makes it possible for Dominican Republic to keep its lead as the Caribbean –Central American basin’s most beautiful tourism country.”

For his part, Primorio Region Cooperation and Tourism Development Dept. director Alexey Starikov called the Dominican Republic, “a warm country of nice people and an interesting story,” and praised Pérez for being “one of the highest and consistent diplomatic voices for his nation’s interest of inserting his country into Russia’s market.”

Pérez thanked the organizers, participants and the region’s officials for the distinction reserved for Dominican tourism, “such a significant international activity,” while the Dominican Republic aims to bolster relations with Russia.

He added that his country’s incomparable beauty is evidenced by the more than 200,000 Russian tourists visiting its beaches and cities each year.

Located in Russia’s eastern-most region, Primorskij Krai is one of its biggest economic, scientific and cultural areas, bordering with China and North Korea, and boasts major shipping routes with a future in tourism, natural resources, geographic position, highly educated people and dynamic economy.

Source: DT

Category: DR News |

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