The Tour Operator will Pay for the Transportation of Russians Who Died in Greece to Their Homeland
OREANDA-NEWS Ambotis Holidays takes all the costs of sending the two Russians killed on the Greek Peninsula of Halkidiki to their homeland and will help the family, Vice President George Akritidis told RIA Novosti.
In Halkidiki, during a hurricane that struck on Wednesday evening, six people died, including two Russians, a fisherman went missing, and about 100 people were injured. An emergency has been declared in the area.
Two Russian tourists were killed at the Potidia Palace Hotel in the village of Nea Potidia on the “first finger” of the Chalkidiki peninsula.
“It happened at the Potidia Palace hotel, there was a family — three children, a husband, a wife. The spouse with two children was in the room, and father most likely walked around the hotel with the youngest child — a year and a half. They ran into the room. Everything happened in a second - a tree fell and crushed them, "said Akritidis.
According to him, the company will help the family. “Naturally,“ from and to, ”everything will be done. We will support the family.