Greek Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis arrived in Moscow this week for a series of meetings in the Russian capital with government officials and tourism sector representatives, as the emerging Russian tourist market is attracting heightened Greek interest.

Among others, he first met with the head of the Head of the Russian Federal Agency for Tourism, Zarina Doguzova, before sitting down for an interview with ITAR-TASS.
Theoharis emphasized that will be ready to safely receive foreign tourists after mid-May, as previous Covid-19 lockdowns have contained the pandemic, while a vaccination process is proceeding very satisfactorily, whereas cheap and widely available self-tests are now a reality.

“Russia is one of the countries whose citizens can visit us without restrictions. They’ll need to be vaccinated or have previous contacted the virus and now have anti-bodies, or, a negative test before their arrival to our country. Sample tests will continue at entry points… and when a positive result is detected, the person will be immediately quarantined… Additionally, we’re in a position to accept visitors to Greece who have been given the Russian vaccine Sputnik V”.

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