First challenges for tourism plan, as public relaxes approach to virus

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, New Democracy, Tourism
Athens Airport metro
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As the Greek PM and tourism minister prepare to launch a promotional campaign for Greek tourism on Thursday, the government’s plan to attract visitors this summer is starting to come up against challenges of both a practical and a political nature.

The Greek public, meanwhile, is eager to return to normality as fear of the virus subsides.

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