European Commission's travel guidance brings some optimism for Greek tourism sector

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, EC, New Democracy, Tourism
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Greece has welcomed the European Commission’s guidance on travel and tourism as a first step towards reopening a vital section of the economy in time for the summer season.

While the Commission did not adopt all the proposals put forward by Athens, the issuing of a coordinated position on key aspects of travel was greeted with relief by the government and representatives of the tourism industry.

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