Cyprus Deputy Minister for Tourism Savvas Perdios is set to have intensive consultations with travel organizers and airlines in March, following the announcement of the decision of Cyprus to allow the arrival from May 1, of tourists from Britain who will be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
The travelers won’t need to have a COVID-19 negative test or to go in quarantine.
In a written statement, Perdios expressed his satisfaction over the great publicity given to Britain on the issue.
“The issue was top story in the largest news networks in the country, highlighting at the same time the fact that our country is among the top five in the world in managing the effects of the pandemic,” he said.
This fact, he added, “improves the prospects for the upcoming tourist season, which will be further strengthened after the intensive consultations that the Ministry will have in March, with all travel organizers”.
He also said that there will be joint consultation with air carriers, with the Ministry of Transport and Hermes Airports.