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Moldova Republic tourism agencies accuse Romania consulate of toughening visa issuing terms. Romanian ForMin: Information is false

de Anne-Marie Blajan, transl. V.O.     HotNews.ro
Luni, 23 august 2010, 18:23 English | Regional Europe

The Romanian Consulate to Chisinau has toughened the terms for issuing visas for tourists from the Republic of Moldova as the summer season is peaking, according to complaints of tourism agencies in the Republic of Moldova, quoted by Publika TV channel. Operators from the Republic of Moldova claim they have to make announcements two days in advance about their intention to request visas, which would lead to drops in the flow of Moldova tourists to Romania. For its part, the Foreign Ministry in Bucharest told HotNews.ro that the rules have not changed.

According to the ministry, the claims of tourism agencies in Moldova may be a form of pressure for a preferrential or exceptional treatment, which had already been rejected.

Tourists from Moldova will avoid Romania, travel operators in the republic claim. According to Publika TV, the operators have tried to discuss with representatives of the Romanian consulate repeatedly, but to no avail.

But contacted by HotNews.ro, the head of the national association of tourism agencies in the Republic of Moldova, Sevastian Botnari, said talks have taken place with Romanian consul Tiberiu Trifan and the conclusion was there was no problem about it.
























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