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The limits for Russian visas might fall off

Submitted on Thursday, 27 November 2008No Comment
The limits for Russian visas might fall off

There is a possibility of a removal of the separation of the Russian tour operators in the categories “small” and “big”, writes the newspaper Dnevnik, citing the words of the vice-minister of foreign relations Milen Keremedchiev. A few days ago, the smaller tour operators in Russia protested against the decision of our ministry to limit their access to the consulting office, where they can directly get a visa.

Keremedchiev said, that a decision on wheter the separation of tour operators should go is not yet reched. Among the people unhappy by the change are many real tourist agencies, that send up to 2000 tourists in Bulgaria per year.

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