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Kremlin wants Kamchia resort complex to become possession of the Russian Federation

Kamchia resort complex

Kamchia resort complex on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast can become the perfect model of Russia’s soft power. The issue will be addressed by the Security Council of the Russian Federation and the Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the Upper House of the Federal Assembly of Russia- the Federation Council. A Russian senator asked Lavrov whether it was time for the resort complex to become Russian humanitarian center for promotion of Russian interests in Europe. Kamchia is a unique project, but it accumulated a series of negative tendencies, Sergey Lavrov replied. The ownership of some buildings is unclear. Others were closed or rented. Some taxes were not paid. That is why the Kremlin contends that the Moscow Municipality should transfer the ownership of the property to the Russian Federation.


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