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Athens News Agency: News in English, 06-11-03

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] New tourism season opens in November

  • [01] New tourism season opens in November

    The new tourism season opens in November, Tourism Development Minister Fani Palli-Petralia told reporters on Friday after a meeting with Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis, whom she briefed on the course of tourism, and on her recent visit to Russia, which she said had had "very positive" results, as well as her upcoming visit to London.

    "Russia is a ripe tourism market for Greece," Petralia said.

    The minister further briefed Karamanlis on her upcoming visit to England next week, given that the largest world tourism exhibition opens in London on Monday.

    "Greece is ready to show that it is a modern, safe country, which receives 16 million tourists and honours them," she said.

    "Greece is a modern country that offers tourists high-quality services and is among the 15 most popular destinations in the world," she added.

    The prime minister was also briefed by Interior and Public Administration Minister Prokopis Pavlopoulos on Friday regarding structures that will allow municipalities and prefectures to better absorb upcoming 4th Community Support Framework (CSF) funds.

    The government has already promised that roughly 80 percent of 4th CSF funds will be diverted to the provinces, Pavlopoulos said.


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