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In the summer months, the tourism operators in free Famagusta have pinned their hopes, who are trying in every way to absorb the vibrations of the loss of the Russian market, which is particularly noticeable this month. Traditionally in May the area relied on the Russians, who flooded the area due to their long break for “Victory Day”. This year, however, despite the fact that bookings in April were at satisfactory levels, May started badly, with the reduction in tourist flow compared to the corresponding period in 2019, reaching 50%. & Nbsp;
As the president of PASYXE Famagusta, Doros Takkas, told “F”, it is now obvious that the big “hole” from the Russians cannot be covered for this year. In May we traditionally received many Russians and unfortunately the month started with a “belly”. We hope, however, that the coming months, from June onwards, will be better. Just this month, the Russian vacuum was largely visible. I believe that the fullness will not exceed 40-50%, while in the past we had 80-90% this period. The situation is very difficult “.
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Meanwhile, more than 15 hotel units in Ayia Napa and Protaras, which served exclusively Russian tourists, will remain, as it seems, permanently closed with PASYXE asking to be supported by special Plans from the state. & Nbsp;
“We asked for a request to be submitted to the EU to support companies that have been hit so hard, while we ask the Government to support these companies with plans and, finally, to return the incentive for subsidized holidays for Cypriots. Of the three requests, only the third is being implemented and we expect to see whether any other action will be launched by the state. We took all the steps we thought should be taken “. , France, Romania, France, Switzerland and Sweden, countries with good connectivity, with several weekly flights.
“So far we have not seen an increase in bookings from these countries, but we are not disappointed and we continue the efforts on all the “fronts”. We are aware of the difficulties and the current situation and we know that even if this effort pays off, we will talk about limited numbers of tourists. We know that for the area of free Famagusta, the gap of the Russians can not be filled “, noted Mr. Takkas. & nbsp;