Prime Minister Edi Rama, said on Friday that the Urban Renaissance project will improve the infrastructure in the villages, in order to create agro tourism enterprises.
The government’s head assured that the initiative to build agro-tourism enterprises in the villages will be endorsed by fiscal facilities for investors. According to Agriculture Minister Niko Peleshi, the first 100 villages of agribusiness will reach a stage to be later joined by other villages.
Tourism Minister Blend Klosi expressed his hope that, after 4 years of this project implementation, the revenues from agro tourism will be increased by 20%. 100 villages, known for the development and promotion of agro tourism, will benefit from the financial support from the state fund of the Agriculture and Rural Development Agency, grants from EU projects.