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MOSCOW, November 7. /TASS. The Russian Emergencies Ministry’s hotline has received nearly 400 calls in connection with the suspension of flights to Egypt, the ministry reported.
The hotline was opened on an instruction of the operational headquarters to settle issues connected with suspension of air travels to Egypt.
"Most part of the calls are from citizens who were going to fly to Red Sea resorts in the next few days. Over 50 calls have come from tourists who are vacationing in Egypt now," the ministry’s statement said.