According to Public Relations and International Affairs of Qeshm Free Area Organization, Hamid Reza Momeni, visiting this collection of tourism sector, which is being implemented by the indigenous private sector, emphasized to support the development of hte programs of agricultural and horticultural , aquaculture, livestock and Decorative poultry, and Jabir (a kind of deer), which in this plan will be implemented.
According to the report, the first phase of the project, including agriculture and horticulture, on 60 hectares of land, planting five thousand plants of indigenous European and Australian plants adapted to the climate of Qeshm Island, including Aloe Vera, Sour Tea, Mangrove, Palonia
And the cactus has begun.
Ms. Zinat Daryaeii, artist lady of island, which over the past three years, with the launch of Guest House in the Salakh Village, and participate in various domestic and foreign exhibitions in the field of handicrafts, has been able to name Qeshm as an important tourism area , with introduction of the Agri-tourism project, set up this tourist complex.
She appreciated the follow-up of Hamid Reza Momeni, from the activities of this tourism complex in the village of Salakh, saying: Five thousand other shrubs will be planted by the end of September this year, along with 200 palm trees, with the aim of creating a suitable space for attracting tourists.
According to the Daryaeii, aquaculture facilities in the area of 100 hectares, in the Persian Gulf waters, will be conducted in the second phase of the plan, with the aim of cultivating seaweed, fish, crab and other aquatic animals.
She announced that in the third phase of the Agri tourism, livestock breeding and breeding of sheep, cattles and camels, and in the fourth phase, decorative chickens and Jabir (a kind of deer) will be grown periodically.
According to the report, the private sector, especially the natives of the island, who have the ability to carry out the work and capital needed in various sectors of the economy and industry, during the presence of Hamid Reza Momeni as the chairman of the board and CEO of the organization, with the aim of supporting
Of domestic production, special attention has been paid.
Continuous monitoring of the projects implemented by the privately-funded organization is a feature of the CEO of Qeshm Free Area Organization, and Hamid Reza Momeni and a group of its directors visited the activities of the complex in the village of Salakh.