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“The sphere of hospitality in crisis conditions. Moscow and Minsk: exchange of experience "- online round table, on April 29, 2021


On April 29, 2021 Minsk Branch of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, together with the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry held an online round table “The Sphere of Hospitality in Crisis Conditions. Moscow and Minsk: exchange of experience”.


The round table program included speeches by the invited speakers and experts - representatives of ministries, committees, tourism industry unions, federations and associations of restaurateurs and hoteliers, heads of hotels, travel agencies of the two countries.


The round table was attended by Sergei Nabeshko, Director General of Minsk Branch of the BelCCI, Suren Vardanyan, Vice President of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Philip Guly, Chairman of the Board of the Republican Union of the Tourism Industry, Sergei Shpilko, Honorary President of the Russian Union of Tourism Industry, Nikolai Nosov, Deputy Director of the Tourism Department of the Ministry of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus, Inna Pekhova, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Tourism and Hotel Business of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Yekaterina Shpak, Deputy Head of the Department of Entrepreneurship, Pricing and State Property of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus, Oleg Rukodainy, Chairman of the Committee on Health and Medical Industry of the Moscow Trade and Industrial Chambers, invited experts - heads of Belarusian leading travel companies, hotels, sanatoriums, members of the Federation of Restaurateurs and Hoteliers of Russia.


The round table participants discussed topical issues for hospitality enterprises: the current state of affairs in the tourism industry, new post-COVID conditions of hotels and restaurants functioning, support for the tourism industry in the context of COVID-2019, the development of domestic and medical tourism, and also got acquainted with the experience of colleagues, shared own developments and expanded a list of business contacts. 


 
 
 

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