Ukraine plans to walk in Turkey’s tourism footsteps to boost industry

 Friday, April 30, 2021 


Ukraine is studying the experience of Turkey, which has successfully popularised its tourism industry and continues to improve it. It can be implemented in Ukraine, but taking into account climatic features.

Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine Oleksandr Tkachenko said this in a comment to an Ukrinform correspondent during his visit to Turkey.

“There are strong relations between Ukraine and Turkey now. We are interested in adopting the experience of how the tourism industry has developed since the 70s; it makes up a significant share of the budget and is constantly evolving.

The conditions are improving; the algorithm of work is changing, which also increases the average bill of a tourist.

Effective mechanisms are used, thanks to which, for example, tourists from Britain are reoriented from traditional Spain to Turkey,” Tkachenko said.

According to the minister, since the climate of Ukraine differs from that of Turkey, attention in our country is paid to the development of tourism routes.

Tkachenko noted that prospects for further cooperation in the field of culture and history were outlined during his visit to Turkey.

In addition, the parties discussed the creation of conditions for attracting investors, and studying the experience of Turkey in this matter. In particular, the development of Khortytsia as a tourist and recreational facility was discussed.

As media reported, Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine Oleksandr Tkachenko paid a working visit to Turkey. Following the meeting with Minister of Culture and Tourism of Turkey Mehmet Nuri Ersoy, a joint declaration was signed on strengthening cooperation in the field of tourism between the two countries.

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