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Next year, in the Split-Dalmatia County, 197 million euros will be invested in tourism

first_imgThe Ministry of Tourism has again prepared a survey of investments in the tourism sector for next year. The survey covered all counties and tourism companies that submitted data on the announced investments for next year. According to the submitted data, in 2019, around one billion and 50 million euros will be invested in Croatian tourism, while investments according to the same survey in 2018 amounted to 940 million euros. The companies will invest around 626 million euros in their tourism projects, while the public sector, ie counties and cities and municipalities from their area will invest 425 million euros.  The announced investments in the private sector include investments in hotels, camps, nautical and other types of accommodation facilities, facilities and attractions.According to the data on investments from the survey of the Ministry of Tourism, the largest number of investments, ie the largest amount of total investments is planned in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County with a total of 203 million euros of investments, Split-Dalmatia with 197 million euros of investments and Istria with 175 million euros of investments. to invest 355 million euros in continental counties including the city of Zagreb.As many as eight hotels are opening in Split In the area of ​​the Split-Dalmatia County, as much as 197 million euros will be invested in tourism next year, with the city of Split being the most attractive to investors. As many as eight four- and five-star hotels are being built in Split, which, according to investor announcements, should open their doors to guests in the spring of next year, point out the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board.Ernst Young, an auditing and consulting company, announced in its research that the Split-Dalmatia County is among the most interesting investors in tourism. According to their estimate, by 2022, the investment will cover a total of 9700 hotel rooms, of which almost 6 are brand new rooms in high-categorized four- and five-star hotels.Photo: Pixabay.comMost of them are planned to open in Split, which is chronically suffering from a lack of hotel beds, so eight new larger hotels and a number of smaller ones should fix that picture. Thus, in April, the first Marriott International in Croatia with the Courtyard by Marriott brand should receive its guests, which will open the Dalmatia Tower with 190 rooms and four suites.By the beginning of the 2019 season, it is planned to open the hotel “Amphora Resort” on the Žnjan plateau with a total of 207 rooms, a congress hall, a number of catering facilities, but also three swimming pools and a luxurious wellness. The new pavilion of the “Radisson Blu Resort” with 54 rooms and 15 suites has sprung up on the site of the demolished building of the former hotel complex “Split”. On the site of the former Kalitern Park in Bačvice, work is nearing completion on a hotel that will have 60 rooms and 45 parking spaces on four floors.17 million euros are being invested in the former hotel “Ambasador” on the Split waterfront. The new “Ambassador” will have 101 rooms and suites, 240 seats in the restaurant, spa, gym, nightclub and underground garage with 59 seats, and its opening has been announced for summer 2019. On a plot located east of the bridge connecting the City Port of Split and Bačvice, “Villa Harmony” is being built on five above-ground floors with 26 rooms with an investment of HRK 32 million.With the completion of all these investments that are planned to receive the first guests in 2019, Split should be richer by about 1,5 thousand new top beds in hotels.RELATED NEWS:NEW CATALOG OF INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA PUBLISHED, MOST PROJECTS IN TOURISMlast_img read more

World offers support, condolences to Lebanon after devastating blasts

first_imgEmergency medical aid and pop-up field hospitals were dispatched to Lebanon on Wednesday, as the world offered assistance and paid tribute to the victims of the huge explosion that devastated Beirut.The blast centered on the city’s port caused massive destruction and killed more than 100 people, heaping misery on a country already in crisis.Emergency medical aid from Kuwait arrived in the Lebanese capital on Wednesday morning, as the Lebanese Red Cross said that more than 4,000 people were being treated for injuries after the explosion which sent glass shards and debris flying. Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hassan Diab has called on “friendly countries” to support a nation already reeling from its worst economic crisis in decades as well as the coronavirus pandemic.Gulf states were among the first to respond, with Qatar announcing it would send field hospitals to ease pressure on Lebanon’s strained medical system.Crews at Doha’s Al-Udeid airbase loaded hundreds of collapsible beds, generators and burn sheets onto an air force cargo plane, one of four due to fly from the Gulf to the Mediterranean on Wednesday.Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said in a message to his Lebanese counterpart that Tehran was “ready to offer medical and medicinal aid and help treat the injured”. Jordan’s King Abdullah II also promised to dispatch a field hospital.  ‘Stay strong, Lebanon’ Close allies and traditional adversaries of Lebanon alike sent their condolences, with Iran and Saudi Arabia — long rivals for influence over the country — both sending messages of support.”Our thoughts and prayers are with the great and resilient people of Lebanon,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted.”Stay strong, Lebanon.”Saudi Arabia said it was following the situation with “great concern”.Unusually, neighboring Israel offered humanitarian aid — to a country with which it is still technically at war.”Defense Minister Benny Gantz and Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi, on behalf of the State of Israel, have offered the Lebanese government — via international intermediaries — medical and humanitarian aid, as well as immediate emergency assistance,” a statement said.UN chief Antonio Guterres expressed his “deepest condolences … following the horrific explosions in Beirut” which he said had also injured some United Nations personnel.US President Donald Trump said “it looks like a terrible attack” and that US generals had told him that the powerful explosions appeared to have been caused by a “bomb of some kind”, without offering evidence.Qatar’s emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani wished “a speedy recovery for the injured,” while the United Arab Emirates’ vice president and ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, tweeted “our condolences to our beloved people in Lebanon”.Egypt expressed “deep concern” at the destruction, and Arab League chief Ahmed Aboul Gheit offered condolences, stressing “the importance of finding the truth about the explosions”.Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad wrote to his Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun that “on behalf of the Syrian Arab people, we extend our sincere condolences to you and the Lebanese people”.Outside the region, President Vladimir Putin said that “Russia shares the grief of the Lebanese people”, according to a Kremlin statement.”I ask you to convey words of sympathy and support to the families and friends of the victims, as well as wishes for a speedy recovery to all affected.”British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the pictures and videos from Beirut “shocking”.French President Emmanuel Macron said in a tweet in Arabic that “France is at the side of Lebanon. Always.”His office said two military planes would take off for Lebanon later Wednesday with search and rescue experts, 15 tons of sanitary equipment and a mobile clinic. “The field hospital will include specialists and medical staff, to contribute in offering medical services and treatment to support our brothers in Lebanon,” Jordanian state television said in a report.Dutch authorities announced that 67 aid workers were headed for Beirut, including doctors, police officers and firefighters. Topics :last_img read more