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First Call Centre Opened in Karelia
17.02.2012 11:14
First Call Centre Opened in Karelia

The first in the Republic of Karelia call centre for Russian and foreign tourists will open today in Petrozavodsk.

      According to the website of the Government of the Republic of Karelia, the operators of this call centre are going to answer all the tourists' questions. The functions of the new service will also include consultations in emergency situations, like call to an ambulance, police, etc. 

      Source: Interfax. Image courtesy:

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Karelia call center tourist information  

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