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Moscow Metro will Speak English
24.04.2018 07:43
Moscow Metro will Speak English

The cash desks of the Moscow Metro with English-speaking employees will be marked with special stickers for the World Cup, according to the website of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow.

      “We will stick more than 150 stickers on the windows of the cash desks of 76 metro stations which are in greatest demand among tourists.” Earlier, the cash desks with English-speaking employees were marked with small flags. However, they are less noticeable for foreign tourists from a distance”, the Deputy Mayor of Moscow, the Head of the Department of Transport and Development of Road and Transport Infrastructure Maksim Liksutov told; his words are quoted by the web portal.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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