As told Lomidze after talks on July 14 with a delegation from Ankara, which included representatives of the ministries of culture and tourism, transport and internal Affairs of the country, the conversation lasted about six hours. The parties decided to establish a working group, which will monitor safety issues at Turkish resorts, write “Izvestia”. The Turkish side promised to provide the list of dangerous places for tourists.
“The Russian side expressed a whole range of issues is security at airports, security at the resorts, security during the delivery of tourists from the airport to the hotel, safety during trips. Requirements of the Russian side and in the response of Turkey, the working group will be to bring into one document, discuss and implement,” — said the Executive Director of ATOR.
Earlier the Rosaviation has imposed a temporary ban on sending of Russians to Turkey scheduled flights of carriers in both countries. The decision was adopted after an attempted coup in the country on July 15.
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