Source Pravda.Ru

No Russian tourist to be left in Egypt by September 1

About 15,000 Russian tourists continue to holiday on Egypt's resorts. However, by September 1st, there will be no Russian tourists left in the country at all.

This was reported by press secretary of Russian Tourism Federal Agency, Irina Shchegolkova. According to her, almost all Russian tour operators stopped selling tours to the country of Pharaohs. In addition, there were those who wished to return home early.

Previously, due to the riots and killings in Egypt, the Russian Foreign Ministry urged Russian citizens not to travel to Egypt.

 

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