The companies, by the fault of which the Ukrainian tourists “stuck” at the airports in several countries, should be punished, as Pavlo Klimkin, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister, wrote on Facebook on June 2.
“The companies, which caused a touristic collapse, have to take responsibility for this. A detailed and comprehensive audit will determine why they do not meet the license's conditions and whether they can do that at all,” the Foreign Minister thinks.
As he stated, it should be done now.
“Stop hiding head in the sand like an ostrich,“ Klimkin wrote and promised that the Ukrainian diplomats would do everything possible to solve the problem.
Earlier it was reported that planes of Bravo airlines do not fly out from Kyiv airport, where flights were delayed on Saturday and a few hundreds of tourists could not fly out to Antalya and Batumi.
The representatives of Bravo airlines explain that the cancellation of flights is connected with the tour operator’s debt in the amount of $961,5 thousand.
On July 2, the Ukrainian tourists flew out from Tunis. Earlier, they “stuck” in the country at Monastir airport. Ukraine’s Infrastructure Ministry promised to appeal to the General Prosecutor’s Office to open a criminal proceeding against the tour operator and deprive it of a license.