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Crisis Hits Tourism, Business in Ukraine's Odessai
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Al Pessin
July 01, 2014 4:58 PM
While the separatist crisis continues in two small regions of eastern Ukraine, the rest of the country is trying to return to business as usual, including the port and resort city of Odessa in the south. VOA’s Al Pessin, who recently was in Ukraine, reports on the impact in Odessa from the revolution and the continuing aftermath.

Crisis Hits Tourism, Business in Ukraine's Odessa

Al Pessin

Published July 01, 2014

While the separatist crisis continues in two small regions of eastern Ukraine, the rest of the country is trying to return to business as usual, including the port and resort city of Odessa in the south. VOA’s Al Pessin, who recently was in Ukraine, reports on the impact in Odessa from the revolution and the continuing aftermath.


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by: Voldemar from: Estonia
July 01, 2014 7:06 PM
Ukraine don't allow to enter country for Russian males of age 20-60. Odessa should ask government, why tourism is dead.