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UK Ambassador Dixon: We look forward to the moment when British tourists will enjoy the sun in Bulgaria

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"It is extremely important that we make efforts to remove restrictions on tourist travel between Bulgaria and the United Kingdom." This was stated by Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism Mariana Nikolova at a meeting with Rob Dixon, Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Sofia. She stressed that Bulgaria was making every possible effort to ensure conditions for safe tourism amidst the pandemic.
Mass vaccination is underway in Bulgaria, as those employed in tourism are among the priority groups, Nikolova pointed out. 
HE Rob Dixon commented that with the progress of vaccination at some point it would be possible to lift the restrictions. 
"Our goals are the same as yours, namely to restore the tourist flow. We are looking forward to the moment when British tourists will enjoy the beautiful sun in Bulgaria," Dixon said during the meeting.

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