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SOCHI, October 2. /TASS/. American screen star Angelina Jolie may be considering the invitation to Crimea, Crimea’s head Sergey Aksenov told TASS on Friday.
"I suppose she is thinking over the invitation," Aksenov said, noting that Russian citizenship is becoming more popular among foreigners. "I am sure that Crimea is also in the demand," he said.
Earlier Aksenov has invited celebrities from around the world to come to Russia’s Black Sea Peninsula saying he would welcome the creation there of a counterpart to the US iconic Beverly Hills.
Aksenov said the representatives of show business, athletes, actors and other celebrities would face no administrative or other barriers if they decide to buy any real estate on the peninsula, move for permanent residence or come for vacation.
"We will eagerly provide assistance to scope out convenient places on the coast, either among mountains, or unique woods or prairies — in any case in the midst of great nature and marvelous climate," he said in his open address both in Russian and in English.
"If honoured stars wish to settle in Crimea they are absolutely welcome," Aksenov said. "We shall encourage the new Beverly Hills upraise in Crimea eventually."