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Bulgarian tourism minister wants Russian tourists to return

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SOFIA, Bulgaria – “Ministry of Tourism will work for Russian tourists returning to Bulgaria – [both] working people and children, who traditionally visit our children’s [holiday] camps – and f

SOFIA, Bulgaria – “Ministry of Tourism will work for Russian tourists returning to Bulgaria – [both] working people and children, who traditionally visit our children’s [holiday] camps – and for expanding flights, of course,” said Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova, speaking Sunday at the inauguration of a photo exhibition themed “Bulgaria – an attractive tourist destination” exhibition at Sofia Airport, FOCUS News Agency reported.

In her view, this will occur through a new beginning in discussions with separate target markets.

“Debates will be held with each of the target markets, for instance, with Russia, on November 19-20, with Russian tour operators, Russian journalists and hotel owners, Bulgarian tour operators, and the Russian tourism minister. We intend to see a new beginning in bilateral discussions on target markets. We aim at discussing tourism prospects our countries face as well as burning issues and problems so that we set concrete deadlines for tackling them,” Minister Angelkova stated.