Skole and Mizhhirya districts signed a memorandum on cooperation

25 December 2015 08:22  27112781 0113882
Skole and Mizhhirya districts signed a memorandum on cooperation

In the village of Volosyanka in Lviv region, on December 21, there was a round table on the topic: "Enhancing tourism infrastructure development within the project 'Organization of automobile communication Tisovec - Yugoslav - Borzhava'" with the participation of delegations from Lviv and Transcarpathia regions.

Transcarpathia was represented by the head of the Tourism and Resorts Department of the Regional State Administration Denys Man, the head of Mizhhirya District State Administration Vasyl Khudynets and Mizhhirya district council chairman Vasyl Shchur.

The main topic of the meeting was cooperation on the implementation of the project of the develeopment of tourist-recreational opportunities of highland areas of Lviv and Transcarpathian regions by organizing automobile communication "Tisovec - Yugoslav - Borzhava."

The topic is very relevant and promising, since the implementation of the project will allow to combine and increase tourist flows in Lviv and Transcarpathian region, and especially to reduce the way that tourists travel from Lviv to Transcarpathian region and vice versa. For example, now the travel from Volosyanka to Borzhava is 110 km, and with the appearance of "direct" connection between Skole district in Lviv region and Mizhhirya district in Transcarpathia region this travel will be reduced to 30 km, ie by 3.7 (!) times. When the direct roadway between regions is established, Borzhava in the village of Pylypets may become the largest ski resort in the Carpathian Mountains.

  After the meeting, they signed the Memorandum on cooperation between Skole district of Lviv region and Mizhhirya district of Transcarpathian region. 

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