European resorts face ruin without tourists from Russia – The Telegraph | Latest News

Many European resorts and tourist resorts are facing huge financial losses due to the lack of tourists from Russia.

He writes about this on May 7 in his material on the pages of the publication The Telegraph British columnist Nick Squires.

“Destinations that depend on Russian tourists are facing huge financial losses,” RIA Novosti quoted the article as saying.

The material says that the Russians spent large sums in the resorts, which are now deprived of these investments. It is predicted that Cyprus, whose tourism industry makes up a quarter of the economy, will suffer the most.

In connection with such prospects, the Cyprus Hotel Association is trying to attract more holidaymakers from Britain, the Scandinavian countries, Germany and Israel, the journalist said.

A similar situation has developed in Italy, the Czech Republic, France and Montenegro, said Squires. In his opinion, of all European countries, Montenegro was the most affected, which for years has attracted Russian tourists, yacht owners and property buyers.

The British observer believes that the Montenegrin economy has been so damaged that now the future of this country has become uncertain.

Previously EADaily reported that Russian tourists began mass cancel bookings in Crimean hotels for May and June due to the closure of airports in the south of the country.

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