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MOSCOW, August 3. /TASS/. The Russian delegation led by Russian Deputy Culture Minister, Sergey Obryvalin, will visit Istanbul and Antalya on August 4-5, the press service of the Russian Culture Ministry reported on Wednesday.
"The inter-agency Russian delegation will visit Istanbul and Antalya on August 4-5 on instructions from Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich to familiarize with the course of the implementation of recommendations to ensure safety of Russian tourists in the Republic of Turkey," the ministry said.
Particular attention will be paid to examining the additional steps taken by Turkey to provide increased safety to Russian citizens in the airports, hotels, tourist facilities and during transfers inside the country.
The delegation comprises representatives of the Russian Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Transport, the Federal Security Service, the Interior Ministry, the Federal Air Transport Agency, the Federal Service for Transport Supervision and the Federal Service for Human Rights Protection.
"After the visit a comprehensive report on the situation in the Turkish resorts will be presented to the Russian government," the ministry’s press service said.