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SOFIA, August 24 (Itar-Tass) — The problem of the Bulgarian VIP Tours tour operator’s bankruptcy has been resolved: four other companies undertake its commitments, Bulgarian Economy, Energy and Tourism Minister Delyan Dobrev told the Nova Televizia channel.
He said the bankruptcy would have no effect on tourists.
The ministry said earlier that Russian clients of Bulgarian VIP Tours would return home as planned upon the end of their vacations irrespective of financial problems of the host operator.