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Draft Law on Lifting Cabotage Restrictions to be Introduced

Development, Competitiveness, and Shipping Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis announced on Thursday that a draft law on sea tourism, which will also foresee the complete lifting of cabotage restrictions for international cruise companies, will be introduced to Parliament next week.
According to the Minister, Greece may be one of the most popular cruise tourism destinations in the world, yet has no actual disembarkation system, “which is translated into lost revenues”.
According to AMNA, Chrysochoidis also added: “We end up sending tourists away because of clauses that essentially block the liberalisation of the cruise sector”.
The minister underlined that lifting cabotage restrictions in the cruise sector will lead to the creation of new infrastructure at ports and the mainland, bringing more revenues to tourism sector entrepreneurs.

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