Crimea approves future gaming zone

The Crimean authorities have finally approved the boundaries of a future gaming zone, a local website, Novyy Krym (New Crimea) has reported.

The zone will be based on the territory of the Zhemchuzhina (Pearl) spa resort in the village of Gaspra in Yalta, according to a decree of the Crimean Council of Ministers. It will occupy the area of 16.8 hectares.

Earlier, Crimean head Sergei Aksenov said that foreign investors had made their proposals for the future zone. However, according to Aksenov, only Russian investors will be involved in its development.

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