While tourism is becoming popular on Lake Baikal, the chairman of the Lake Baikal Foundation Board of Trustees emphasizes the quality of the protected region’s infrastructure and draws attention to the competitive development of recreational projects in the scientific and educational segments, as well as premium eco-tourism as opposed to mass tourism. At the same time, Eduard Voytenko turns to the theme of the biological diversity of Lake Baikal, which can become the basis for the development of breakthrough research centers. The interview is published by reference.
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