Earlier Durst expressed his desire to own a house in Crimea, and also said that he "wouldn't mind getting a Russian passport."
Polonsky said that Crimea welcomes all who would like to visit, and that there are plenty of scenic places on the peninsula where Durst might want to settle down.
"We have many areas with beautiful nature so I'm sure that he'll find a place to settle down that would suit his tastes," Polonsky said, adding that the authorities of the Crimean cities of Yalta and Yevpatoria have already expressed their willingness to welcome foreign celebrities.
Polonsky also said that he believes that artists want to live in Crimea for a reason as they usually have a heightened sense of justice.
Earlier, Crimea's PM Sergei Aksyonov made a special open address inviting world-famous actors, musicians and athletes from across the globe to the peninsula where he hopes to create a Beverly Hills-style city. He assured the celebrities that they will face no administrative hurdles if they decide to opt for permanent residency in Crimea.
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