Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüd Çavishoglu stated that his country is ready to organize charter flights for tourists from Russia and Germany until the resumption of regular flights that were stopped due to the pandemic of the Corona virus emerging.
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Ankara – Sputnik. “Even if you do not resume regular flights with these countries (Russia and Germany), we are ready to organize charter flights for tourists, we will be responsible for the safety of the tourists from the moment they leave their homes until they return to their homes,” the agency said, “Anatolia”.
Ihsanoglu added that the Turkish Foreign Ministry is taking active steps to restore air traffic with Russia and Germany, and the decision will be taken taking into account the epidemiological situation in these countries, and the number of infections and deaths resulting from the emergence of the Coronavirus.
He pointed out that in Germany, Russia and other countries of the world there are many who wish to spend their vacation in Turkish resorts, and delegations from these countries have already been invited to Turkey.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüd Çışışo أوlu concluded, “We are ready to briefly inform representatives of the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Tourism and tourism agencies and all those involved in this sector with measures to protect health in Turkish tourist areas, hotels and airports.”
Turkish Minister of Culture and Tourism Mehmet Nuri Ersoy earlier told Seutenbek that he expects the Turkish tourism sector to resume flights between Turkey and Russia in mid-July.
Earlier, the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced the launch of a certification program for health tourism, which includes a wide range of measures for transportation safety, residence and health status for employees of tourism institutions and guests of the country. The accreditation program consists of four departments: “health and safety of passengers” and “health and safety” Employees ”,“ Safety Precautions in Facilities ”and“ Safety Precautions in Transportation ”.