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BEIJING, June 13. /TASS/. Municipal authorities in Zunyi, located in China’s Guizhou province, will strive to make prices for services and other tourist products attractive for Russian tourists, Zunyi Vice Mayor Wang Zubin told TASS today.
"We have a wide range of tourist products. We are going to work on prices to make them attractive to Russian tourists," the vice mayor said. "Of course, first of all we need to establish direct air traffic routes with Russia. I hope we will do it next year."
The vice mayor expressed confidence that, by cooperating with local businessmen, Zunyi’s authorities will be able to create most preferable market conditions for Russians.
Earlier, the city’s administration suggested that Director General of Russian Regions Tourist Association under the Federation Council (the upper house of the Federal Assembly of Russia), Svetlana Anufriyenko, who came to China to take part in the international conference on the "red tourism" that is being developed in China, to establish direct air traffic routes with Russian communities in some regions.
During the visit, which lasted from June 9 to June 13, the Russian delegation, that included government authorities and businessmen, clinched cooperation agreements between competent agencies of regional administrations and Russian and Chinese travel companies.