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ATOR proposed to return money for trips only in 2022

ATOR proposed to return money for trips only in 2022
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The Association of Russian Tour Operators offers to return money to people for canceled tours only in 2022. They consider such a measure necessary to support an industry that has suffered multimillion-dollar losses due to the situation with coronavirus.

According to the ATOR press service, similar measures have already been taken in Europe. In Germany, tour operators were granted a deferral of payments until January 1, 2022, in France they were given an 18-month period for settlement with tourists. For Russian companies, the postponement will be the most effective support that will allow to start work after the restoration of tourist destinations.

The Association prepared and sent a corresponding appeal to the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, Mikhail Mishustin. In it, experts indicated the amount of losses of companies, which is already totals billions of rublesand if you add the amount of unearned income, then hundreds of billion rubles.

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