Source: Khmilnyk Official website

On July 6, 2018, the Khmilnyk City Council conference hall hosted a presentation of focus-group studies generated as a result of communication with various target groups in the framework of the “Khmilnyk for Tourism: Breaking the Ground” project.


Having officially opened the event, Pavlo Krepkyi, City Council Secretary, briefed on the category of participants with a particular focus on topicality of the tourism project for the resort town.


Vitalii Dorokh, Chairman of “PRAVO” NGO, presented the Khmilnyk citizens’ meaningful ideas. Specifically, he reported on the proposed variants of metal sculptures, coming up with ideas on improvement of the festival activity and on the potential location of a local governance museum.


After the presentation ended, every participant took the opportunity to share their vision of possible ways to tap into Khmilnyk’s tourist potential.


The information was prepared within the project “Khmilnyk for Tourism: Breaking the Ground”, which is implemented with the financial support of Global Affairs Canada via PLEDDG’s Democratic Governance and Development Initiatives Support Fund.

PLEDDG Project is being implemented by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and funded by Global Affairs Canada. The content of the publication includes personal opinions of its authors and does not necessarily represent the official standpoint of Global Affairs Canada and FCM.