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English-speaking ashiers Started to Work In Moscow Metro For the Confederations Cup-2017
15.06.2017 01:40
English-speaking ashiers Started to Work In Moscow Metro For the Confederations Cup-2017

On the eve of the Confederations Cup-2017 the Moscow Metro hired more than 300 English-speaking cashiers. This was stated at a press conference by the First Deputy Head of the Metro for Strategic Development and Customer Work Roman Latypov, as the Information Centre of the Moscow Government reports. “We have hired more than 300 English-speaking cashiers.

      There is at least one cashier who speaks English in the lobbies of all stations within the Circle Line and at the stations which are popular among tourists. These stations will be marked with special flags until the end of this week” - Roman Latypov stated.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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