"Magnets”: Zelensky announces projects for tourism development.

They could be interesting to potential investors, President suggests.

Castle in Kamianets-Podilsky / Photo from UNIAN

Castle in Kamianets-Podilsky / Photo from UNIAN

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has announced a number of projects soon to be presented, poised to help attract tourists to different Ukrainian regions.

While on a working trip to Khmelnytsky region, Zelensky noted the importance of developing Ukrainian tourism, the President's Office reports.

A number of regional projects set to be presented could be interesting for investors, Zelensky suggests.

"On Tourism. Tomorrow we will be visiting Kamianets-Podilskyi, along with representatives of tour operators and air carriers. This is one of the old and really attractive towns. We will meet there and discuss the said topics. This is one of the main issues," the president said.

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"There are several programs we're currently developing. These are 'magnets' – the so-called magnets of attraction for particular regions of our country," Zelensky said.

As UNIAN reported earlier, today, June 3, President Zelensky arrived on a two-day working trip in Khmelnytsky region.

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