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India, Israel to Offer Lower Prices to Russian Tourists
19.01.2016 14:50
India, Israel to Offer Lower Prices to Russian Tourists
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A number of countries are prepared to lower prices to lure Russian tourists, said the head of the Russian Tourism Agency.

      According to Oleg Safonov, Israel, India, Bulgaria and other countries with developed seaside infrastructure are willing to put up with smaller income in exchange for a bigger tourist flow from Russia.

      Safonov made the statement during a meeting with United Russia MPs.

      Last week, speaking at the Gaidar Economic Forum, the official said the agency would not support outbound tourism but rather focus on building domestic infrastructure.

      Inbound tourism grew by 16 percent in 2015 while the number of tourists travelling inside Russia increased 30 percent.


Author: Mikhail Vesely


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