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MOSCOW, September 4 (Itar-Tass) — Around 300 Russian tourists of the bankrupt tour operator Cherry Tour remain in Bulgaria, the head of the Russian tourism agency, Alexander Radkov, told a news conference on Tuesday.
“All tourists returned from Croatia. Today different air carriers will take 56 tourists back to Moscow from resorts of Burgas and Varna. The rest should leave Bulgaria until the middle of September.”
“Earlier we had the information that 150 Russian tourists remain in Bulgaria, but yesterday tour operators were not ready to provide the full information. We gradually receive this data,” he said.