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Ukraine Hopes To Turn Chernobyl Disaster Area Into 'Tourist Magnet'

WorldNews Wednesday, 10 July 2019 ()
Ukraine Hopes To Turn Chernobyl  Disaster Area Into 'Tourist Magnet'The Ukraine government wants to turn the ghostly Chernobyl exclusion zone into a tourist magnet that will become a “symbol of new Ukraine,” Russia Today reports. The plan was unveiled as the European Union surrendered control over a new shelter for the destroyed nuclear reactor to Kiev. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has signed a decree, envisioning the “development” of the areas affected by the 1986 Chernobyl disaster on Thursday, radiating a joyous picture of how the site of one of the largest man-made catastrophes will become a tourist attraction. “The decree will begin the transformation of the exclusion zone into one of the growth points of new Ukraine. First of all, we will...
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