Crimea’s investment council has bolstered support for the creation of a gambling zone on the south coast, with the injection of close to €43 million towards the project. Construction is expected to begin in 2020 and be completed in three years’ time.
Project director Denis Kozorez highlighted this project and a local investment firm is expected to push things on the ground. The director is sure that the gambling zone would create more than 250 employment opportunities and contribute close to €21 million in tax deductions.
Primorye is currently one of the best gambling zones in Europe. So, local authorities have been pushing for the creation of more facilities. The zone is likely to have close to 11 casinos in the next three years.