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Russian president Vladimir Putin visits Expo 2015 in Milan

Russian president Vladimir Putin visits Expo 2015 in Milan

10th Jun 2015 Videos

Vladimir Putin has been welcomed to Expo Milan 2015 by Italian president prime minister Matteo Renzi. He is the latest in a long line of international leaders to attend the event, with the Russian president in Milan for Russia’s national day celebrations. While at Expo 2015 he toured the Russian pavilion, which is focused on the sustainable food industry.

Breaking Travel News investigates: Russian president Vladimir Putin visits Expo 2015 in Milan

Breaking Travel News investigates: Russian president Vladimir Putin visits Expo 2015 in Milan

Vladimir Putin has been welcomed to Expo Milan 2015 by Italian president prime minister Matteo Renzi. He is the latest in a long line of international leaders to attend the event, with the Russian president in Milan for Russia’s national day celebrations. While at Expo 2015 he toured the Russian pavilion, which is focused on the sustainable food industry.

Russia threatens to close airspace in response to sanctions

Russia threatens to close airspace in response to sanctions

8th Sep 2014 Airline News Tourism News

Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev has warned the country could close airspace to international flights of the European Union goes ahead with further sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine. The EU will announce shortly whether further sanctions will take effect now or be put on hold, with sanctions largely depending on developments on the ground.

Second bomb strikes Russian city of Volgograd

Second bomb strikes Russian city of Volgograd

30th Dec 2013 Tourism News

A second suicide bomb has hit the Russian city of Volgograd in two days, with the latest strike on a trolleybus killing at least 14 people. The incident follows an attack yesterday on the central station in the city which claimed 17 lives.  

Russia admits FIFA World Cup overspend

Russia admits FIFA World Cup overspend

30th Sep 2012 Travel Events News

Officials in Russia have revealed the preliminary budget for holding the FIFA World Cup is almost twice what it projected when it won the bid in 2010. Russia will host the competition – considered the largest single sport event – in 2018, having beaten England and joints bids from Portugal/Spain and Belgium/the Netherlands.

Russia visitor arrivals set to climb

Russia visitor arrivals set to climb

8th Apr 2012 Airline News

Russia is set to see a 20 percent increase in visitor arrivals over the next four years fueled by the hosting of major sporting events, reveals research unveiled at the World Travel Market (WTM) Vision Conference-Moscow.

GVB prepares to promote Guam in Russia

GVB prepares to promote Guam in Russia

6th Jan 2012 Press Release Tourism News

Since the announcement by the Department of Homeland Security approving Parole Authority for Russian Visitors to Guam, the Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) continues to work to develop a promotion strategy that ensures the successful entering of the market.

Russia’s MICE business continues to grow

Russia’s MICE business continues to grow

2nd Nov 2011 Press Release Hotel News Tourism News

According to Dmitry Smirnov of Events Magazine Russia, the meetings industry in Russia has experienced substantial growth in the last year with the leading 12 specialists recording International MICE business in excess of €.70 million and this figure represents only 40% of the total as domestic events, business travel and official delegations to conferences are not included!

Mega destination resort planned for Russia

Mega destination resort planned for Russia

24th Jul 2011 Press Release Hotel News Tourism News

Projected to be one of the most unique and compelling entertainment destination resorts in the world, Magic World Russia will encompass over 600 acres and be comprised of multiple theme park concepts as well as hotels, retail, dining and entertainment venues. It represents a unique collaboration between Russia and a consortium of industry leading California based companies.

Russia: A country on the up, slowly…

Russia: A country on the up, slowly…

13th Jul 2011 Focus

Over the next decade Russia will play host to two of the biggest sporting events on the international calendar, with Sochi welcoming the Winter Olympics 2014 and the FIFA World Cup arriving in 2018. Tremendous challenges must be overcome if the country is to be ready in time for its turn in the global spotlight. Here Breaking Travel News assesses the progress so far.