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Russian Tourism Industry May Lose up to ?100 MLN Over Egypt Unrest
19.08.2013 15:28
Russian Tourism Industry May Lose up to ?100 MLN Over Egypt Unrest
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Russian tourist firms may lose up to €100 million over chaos in Egypt, says Newsru.com.

      The Russian Federal Aviation Agency and the Transport Ministry need to limit the number of flights to avoid further losses, the news agency quotes the head of the Association of Tourist Operators as saying.

      Earlier, some Russian officials have urged the national tourist firms to remove Egypt offers because of possible casualties and evacuation concerns.

      Currently, there are some 55,000 vacationers basking in the sun on the Egyptian resorts 




Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Russian tourists     

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