In the Crimea can close the hotels and mini-hotels.
This will make because of the new law the Russian Duma (the so-called “law Khovanskaya”), which provides for the prohibition of the hostels in apartment houses, write the Crimean media.
This service is one of the most common on the Peninsula. Crimean businessmen criticized the bill criticized. According to them, the Kremlin’s policy will not only hurt small businesses but also will destroy the tourism in the Crimea.
Representatives of the Association of small hotels of Crimea say that if the law is passed, then tens of thousands of people will lose their jobs, thousands of businesses will go bankrupt and will remain in debt. And millions of tourists refuse to travel without affordable housing. This will decrease the profits of restaurants, cafes, museums, concert halls.
Residents of annexed Peninsula complain that for 5 years, the Russian government is doing everything possible to “bend” the Crimean businessmen.