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Construction of a resort in Chechnya requires 14 billion rubles

2012-02-02 16:38

Construction of large-scale ski resort "Veduchi" in the mountains of Chechnya requires 14 billion rubles.

"To date, the preparatory phase of the construction of the ski resort near the village of Veduchi of Itum-Kale district is being completed. A set of pre-work is already completed: over 30 kilometers of highways were laid and the settlement for technical workers was built. Construction of the very ski resort is planned for mid-April", "Caucasian Knot" quoted the message of the Ministry of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism of Chechnya.

Previously, after the presentation, the main shareholder of the project of a year-round resort, Chechen businessman Ruslan Baisarov reported to the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov and the envoy of the President of the Russian Federation in the North Caucasus Federal District Alexander Khloponin that 14 billion rubles will be transferred for the realization of the project in the next two years, the Expert reported. Baisarov suggested that the resort would start work in two years.

"The resort will provide the Chechen Republic to 2000 jobs", Baisarov said, emphasizing that the project "may begin to repay for itself if involves at least 1.5% of the population".

Shareholders also expressed confidence that in the near future the resort will generate a constant flow of tourists from other regions of Russia and abroad.

Project of the resort "Veduchi" implies construction of 19 ski runs with total length of 46 kilometers and 9 lines on the Mount Donedukh, modern lifts of chair and gondola type. The infrastructure of the project includes a hotel complex, a gated development, a network of restaurants and cafes, an outdoor skating rink, horse riding and other objects, Rosbalt reported.

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