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The National Tourist Office Of Mexico In Moscow Closed
11.05.2017 16:28
The National Tourist Office Of Mexico In Moscow Closed
(Source: http://tourism.interfax.ru/ru/news/articles/40938)

The National Tourist Office of Mexico in Moscow stops its work, the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR) said on Wednesday. "In a letter to Russian tour operators signed by the charge d'affaires of the Embassy of Mexico in the Russian Federation and the head of the British office of the Council for the Tourism Promotion of Mexico (CPTM) it is reported that the office, which was opened in November 2014, ceases its work for technical reasons," – ATOR reports.

      The Russian market will be overseen by the CPTM London office, as well as employees of the Mexican Embassy in Moscow.

      At the same time, the letter notes that both the embassy and CPTM continue their work to promote Mexico as a tourist destination on the Russian market.

      According to the Federal State Statistics Service, in 2014 Mexico was visited by 62 thousand tourists from Russia. In 2015, this number fell by half - 31.9 thousand people. In 2016, the tourist flow fell by 87%, amounting to 4.2 thousand people.


      
 

Sources: http://tourism.interfax.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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