The Sixth Arctic Festival "Teriberka" will be held on August 21-22 in the Murmansk region on the shores of the Barents Sea, said the Roscongress Foundation.
"Tourism is a rapidly growing sector of the economy in the Murmansk region. Events in this area are extremely important because they encourage the economy, investors and entrepreneurs to open new hotels and restaurants and develop infrastructure, especially in small areas. Holding the festival as part of Russia's chairmanship of the Arctic Council is a great responsibility and an impetus to draw attention to the integrated development of territories in northern latitudes," said the governor of the Murmansk Region, Andrei Chibis.
At the moment, the event organizers are working out the festival program, within the framework of which music, gastronomic, sports and creative space will be organized. In addition, thematic sessions are planned, where experts will discuss the region's development potential, touch upon topics of Arctic exploration, cultural values and ecology.
"Given the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection, the organizing committee has sent a proposal to Rospotrebnadzor to approve the admission of participants and visitors to the festival in the presence and presentation of one of four documents: PCR test not older than 72 hours, certificate of antibodies, a certificate of a completed course of vaccination or a QR-code of an overexperienced coronavirus not older than 6 months from the date of recovery. After each visitor and participant submits one of these documents, he or she will be given an appropriate festival guest bracelet," said Alexander Eliseev, Head of the Regional Tourism Committee.
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Author: Karina Kamalova