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Arctic Tourism Week in Norilsk Addresses Sustainable  Development of Hospitality Industry in Norther

Arctic Tourism Week in Norilsk Addresses Sustainable Development of Hospitality Industry in Norther

Participants in the Arctic Tourism Week Interregional Forum, which took place in Norilsk, discussed the principles of the sustainable development of the tourism industry in the Far North, the impact that the development of the hospitality industry and urban master planning could have on the regions of Russia’s Arctic zone, measures to support entrepreneurs, and new trends in the creation of tourism products.
The event, which was held as part of Russia’s chairmanship of the Arctic Council in 2021–2023, was organized by the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and the Arctic, the Norilsk Municipal Administration, and the Norilsk Development Agency. The Roscongress Foundation manages the events of Russia’s chairmanship of the Arctic Council.
The business and cultural events of Arctic Tourism Week focused on tourism, one of the top priorities and most significant areas of development in accordance with the Development Strategy for the Arctic Zone of the Russian Federation until 2035.
“The Arctic territory has a special legal regime that is constantly being improved. Any investor who comes to the Arctic already has benefits. In addition, we are implementing the Far Eastern and Arctic hectare programmes, which also contribute to the development of tourism. Without question, the event in Norilsk should become one of the milestones that will help move towards the development of Arctic tourism as a measure that contributes to both the development of the economy and boosts the level of people’s patriotism,” State Secretary and Deputy Minister for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic Pavel Volkov said.