For the first time in 3 years: the Ministry of Tourism convened the Development Budget Team Committee

Minister of Tourism, Yoel Razvozov: “We found Beit Shean as a place where public money can generate income for the Israeli economy, lead to the creation of many jobs and provide sources of livelihood for the residents of the area”

The Minister of Tourism, Yoel Razvozov and the Mayor of Beit Shean, Jackie Levy. Photograph of Beit Shean Municipality

After 3 years of not meeting The CP committee (Development Budget Team) at the Ministry of Tourism, last week the various local authorities began to bring before the members of the committee the necessary tourism projects in their territory.

One of the first among them was the municipality of Beit Shean, which presented to the committee the project “expanding the development of the tourist infrastructure in the old city”. The total cost of the project is NIS 43,500,000 (and the Ministry of Tourism’s share of the project will amount to NIS 30,450,000). If in the end, the committee decides to approve the project, the works are expected to be carried out already in the coming year.

Minister of Tourism, Yoel Razvozov (Yesh Atid): “The city of Beit Shean has a lot of tourism potential, and a municipality that can do good for the residents, for all citizens of Israel, and for the tourists who will enter the country. Therefore, when the ministry began examining projects, we found Beit Shean as a place where public money can generate income for the Israeli economy, to bring about the creation of many jobs and provide sources of income for the residents of the area.”

Mayor of Beit Shean, Jackie Levy: “Minister Razvozov is promoting the establishment of hotels and domestic and foreign tourism, which is already generating employment and causing the development of the economy throughout the country. After visiting Beit Shean and standing for its tremendous tourist potential, I congratulate everyone who promotes the city’s important tourism program, the results of which will bring Beit Shean to the utilization of its main natural resource – the antiquities site, the like of which there is almost none in Israel. The plan will turn Beit Shean into one of the leading tourist cities in Israel in the coming decade.”

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