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SOFIA, August 23 (Itar-Tass) — Russian tourists, who went to Bulgaria through Bulgarian VIP Tours (BVT), will return home without any problem upon completion of their rest despite financial troubles of the tour operator, the press service of the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism reported.
The press service commented on the results of the talks between Deputy Minister Ivo Marinov and tour operators, who would assume obligations of Bulgarian VIP Tours.
“Two other Bulgarian tour operators will assume obligations of Bulgarian VIP Tours,” the ministry said.
The company signed an agreement with four Russian travel companies. But later it said it could not fulfil its obligations, the ministry stressed.
The Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism maintains permanent contacts with the Federal Tourism Agency, the Russian Union of Travel Industry and the Association of Tour Operators of Russia.