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Kherson Region Development News for 07/08-07/14/2013

Kherson Region Development News for 07/08-07/14/2013

Kherson Airport Hosted a Squadron of British Retro-Aircrafts

Today, at the newly renovated airport "Kherson," within the framework of the visit to Ukraine of British Club of old aviation lovers «Air Squadron» 7 retro aircrafts landed, including ones of the Second World War peroid.

"For us it is very symbolic - to host such a delegation, which was able to personally verify the potential of the airport "Kherson." Therefore, this event for our region is an important, interesting and promising, in fact, back home, they will tell that Kherson is a beautiful city with a modern airport," - shared his impressions with reporters the Deputy Chairman of the Regional State Administration Valentyn Pidvysotskiy.

Airport "Kherson" Has All the Possibilities for Receiving One of the World's Biggest Aircrafts - AN-124 "Ruslan"

Specialized engineering company, that has a valid certificate for examining the state of the runways, conducted a study of cover of the runway at Kherson for the use of AN-124 "Ruslan" - the plane, which is the second largest serial cargo aircraft in the world, after AN-225 "Mechta," which is still holding the lead.

Thus, according to the preliminary conclusion of experts, runway, apron and steering track of Kherson airport is suitable for reception and service of aircraft An-124 "Ruslan."

Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Congratulated Kherson Grain Growers on Milling the First Million Tons of Grain

To the address of the Kherson Regional State Administration from the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Prysyazhnyuk was sent the congratulation to agricultural workers of Kherson region with labor victory - the first million tons of milled grain.

The minister said that this result was achieved in difficult circumstances this year, thanks to the diligent work of Kherson field workers who work hard for the good of the country and multiply the glory of the Ukrainian loaves.

Kherson Athlete Became a Winner in the High Jump at the World Summer Universiade

In July 6 in Kazan (Russia) started XXVII World Summer Universiade, which will last until July 18, 2013.
In the athletic competition due to the World Universiade program, held on 9 July 2013, the athlete from Kherson region Andriy Protsenko in the national team of Ukraine took the 2nd place in the high jump.

Recall that Kherson athletes in the national team of Ukraine also took prizes in rowing regatta due to the World Universiade program, held from 6 to 8 of July, 2013.

Since the Beginning of Holiday Season Kherson Region Was Visited by About One Million Tourists

"Due to the low prices we maintain the tendencies of vacationers in the same number as last year. Thus, in the present the resorts are engaged in work for 88 percent. Due to the forecast of the sociological centre we will be able to report about the millionth tourist in a week," - said the head of the Tourism and Resorts Department of the Regional State Administration Tetiana Volynets during the regional conference call chaired by Deputy Chairman of the State Administration Hanna Ponomarenko.

As the Head of Tourism and Resorts Department of the Regional State Administration, the pricing policy in Zalizniy Port village and Skadovsk town for accommodation services in institutions for recreation and health resort and recreational areas in the average range from 70 UAH  to 250 UAH per person per day.

A Resident of Chaplynka Was Awarded the Order "For Merit in Agriculture" by French Ambassador

The agricultural service cooperative "Askania-N" runs in Chaplynka district for the third year; it works in the direction of dairy (milk reception from the population), with the participation of the company "Danone Ukraine".

Chairman of the agricultural service cooperative "Askania-N" Natalya Lopushanska is recognized abroad for merits in development of domestic agriculture. From the Ministry of Agriculture of France in July 8, 2013, Natalya was awarded the Order "For Merit in Agriculture."

Parachuting Competition "Young Aviator of Ukraine" Began in Skadovsk

Skadovsk residents got used to the sound of an airplane taking off with athletes paratroopers. This week flights were held very often, the team of young explorers of the sky was preparing to performances at the event.

On 10 of July, in Skadovsk Flying Club celebrations were hosted to mark the opening of the regional rally in parachuting "Young Aviator of Ukraine." Except for teams from Kherson region, athletes from Kryviy Rih and Yenakievo also came to participate in the competition.


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