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“Greece to receive visitors from USA until end of tourism season,” says Minister

“Greece will continue to receive visitors from the USA until the end of the tourist season,” newly appointed Minister of Tourism Vassilis Kikilias said in a statement on Tuesday. “This is a very important market, which creates added value in the country’s economy,” he added. “Visitors and tourism professionals in …

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“Greece’s shielding towards Delta variant is its best advertisement,” says Tourism Minister

“Greece’ shielding towards the Delta variant will be its best advertisement,” said Tourism Minister -and wannabe Epidemiologist, Virologist and Vaccination-scientist – Haris Theoharis and added that this summer will be better for the Greek tourism than last year. Speaking to Greek website tourismtoday, Theoharis praised “the coordinated plan of the …

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Greece sees “minimal” impact on tourism due to coronavirus

Tourism Minister Haris Theocharis expressed optimism that the impact of coronavirus to Greek tourism will be minimal. On the contrary, he believes that there is a chance that travelers change their behavior, move away from Asia and decide for Greece. Speaking to state broadcaster ERT TV on Thursday, Theocharis said …

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DIMAR leader Theocharopoulos appointed new Greece’s Tourism Minister

Leader of small left-wing party Democratic Left DIMAR Thanassis Theocharopoulos has been appointed new Greek Tourism Minister on Saturday. Successful Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura resigned last week after 4,5 years in the post as she runs for the European elections on May 26. 40-year-old Theocharopoulos left the center-left alliance KINAL/PASOK …

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Greek Tourism Minister: V.A.T. in Restaurants/Catering to Decrease in 2013

One by one the governments’ pre-elections promises vanish in the air under the sober reality of yawning state cash registers. The Value Added Tax in the restaurants and other catering businesses will be decreased from 23% down to 13% not this year but … next year. So said Greek Tourism Minister …

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