Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and Minister of Culture and Tourism Mehmet Nuri Ersoy are ready to come to Moscow in May to discuss the epidemiological situation. This was announced by the Turkish Ambassador to Russia Mehmet Samsar.
According to him, the ministers expressed their readiness to visit Moscow in May on dates suitable for the Russian side. They are going to “remove the concerns of their Russian colleagues” in connection with the epidemiological situation in Turkey. Samsar added that they are ready to provide the Russian side with all the necessary information about the situation with the coronavirus.
As the ambassador told reporters TASS, the Turkish authorities record a decrease in the incidence rate in cities across the country.
“The decline in the incidence continues in our coastal cities, which are popular with Russian and other foreign tourists,” said Samsar.
On April 15, Russia limited air traffic with Turkey until June 1. The Russian authorities attributed this to the difficult epidemiological situation in the country. At the same time, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova called on tour operators do not sell vouchers to Turkey for the period after June 1… On April 30, it was reported that from there took out all organized Russian tourists.
Source: Вести.Ru by www.vesti.ru.
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