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Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Greece to coordinate tourist trips

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If the prevalence of Covid-19 remained low, indoor restaurants could be opened in hotels, Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova has said. The main priority for the ministry is to attract Bulgarian tourists to the Black Sea coast.

A video conference call with the prime ministers of Romania, Serbia and Greece will take place on Tuesday to coordinate details on conducting tourist journeys. There is no way to have tourism when there is quarantine. The situation makes people more reluctant to travel, Minister Angelkova said. She believes that at this stage road transport remains the most accessible and safest for tourists.

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