Russian tourists will be able to enter Greece and Cyprus for a vacation after July 15. Maya Lomidze, executive director of the Association of Russian Tour Operators (ATOR), told Moscow on Moscow Radio: “Greece and Cyprus, I know that after July 15 they will be ready to receive Russian tourists.
In June, Croatia will be ready to receive tourists from Russia, noted in the ATOR. Russia completely closed regular and charter flights from March 27, only special flights are carried out.
The ATOR also predicted that Russians will be able to go abroad no earlier than the fall of 2020. Earlier today, Transport Minister Yevgeny Dietrich said that the likelihood of resuming international flights from Russia in July remains.