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Far Eastern tourists are left without help in Thailand

Far Eastern tourists are left without help in Thailand
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Despite the latest news about the planned flight from Thailand to Vladivostok, Khabarovsk tourists fear that they will not get on this board. From the authorities, they never received the promised material assistance, nor specific information on the timing of the export.

Tourists who are stuck in Thailand told EastRussia that they still cannot get answers from authorities regarding return flights. Everyone has purchased tickets for canceled flights, which they purchased before the borders were closed.

Last week, the governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Sergei Furgal said that the formation of lists of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs need about a day. The head of the region noted that representatives of federal departments themselves will contact tourists to double-check the data. However, according to tourists from Khabarovsk, they had to call the representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs themselves.

“To be honest, we didn’t even go on the flight dated April 18, which flew from Thailand to Vladivostok. One Khabarovsk woman got there, but she works in Vladivostok. Check-in for the flight was announced at night, in the seaside groups of tourists swearing began in the afternoon - who would get in, who did not. Awful situation, so we didn't even bother spending money on a taxi. Even some Primorye residents checked in for a flight with zero seats - not knowing whether they would fly away or not, ”said Marina Fialkovskaya, a tourist from Khabarovsk.

At the same time get on the next flight, which May take place on April 22, Khabarovsk citizens, Sakhalin residents and residents of Kamchatka have little chance. The federal authorities promised to pay stuck tourists material assistance of 2 rubles per person per day, but so far no tourist has received it.

“They hinted to us not to call the Governor's office of the Khabarovsk Territory, they say, everyone is busy there. We ourselves got through to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where our data was recorded again. But we still have no information on the departure. All those who from small towns have been left “overboard”, ”noted Marina Fialkovskaya.

Until the end of the visa holidays, which the Thai authorities announced for all tourists, there was only a week left. What will the kingdom do after this term, tourists do not know. All in Thailand remain about 400 Far Easterners
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