Chapter Japan promised to revive tourism, injured from a virus

@IA Krasnaja Vesna
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To revive the victim of a pandemic entrance tourism by taking measures within a year promised the prime minister Japan Yosikhide Suga on October 16, reports Information company "Kyodo News" to News. Yosikhide Suga declared that will keep the purpose of the former government set still to a pandemic to attract 60 million tourists by 2030 and will continue work on its achievement. "I hope to revive entrance tourism, having somehow endured this pandemic Koronavirus" — the prime minister declared, celebrating month from the moment of taking office. Yosikhide Suga added that if the government will not be able to observe balance between measures for fight with Koronavirus and...

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