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MOSCOW, October 29 (Itar-Tass) — Russia’s Tourism Agency has warned Russian tourists of cases of theft from rooms in Tunisia’s Eden Club hotel.
According to a release posted on the Agency’s website on Monday, the Agency has received a letter from the Russian embassy in Tunisia informing about a warning issued by the travel company Carthage Plus Biblio Globus about numerous cases of theft of personal belongings and money from Eden Club hotel rooms in Tunisia’s Monastir in the period from October 7 to October 16.
“Taking into account the fact that the hotel’s administration took no measures to secure safe vacationing of its guests, moreover, it showed improper attitude towards Russian tourists, the Russian embassy in Tunisia informed Tunisian Office of Tourism of these facts,” the release said.
The Russian embassy in Tunisia and the Russian Tourism Agency recommend Russian travel companies selling tours to Tunisia to inform Russian tourists of possible risks linked with staying at this hotel.