RIGA - Taking into account the forthcoming opening of the internal borders of the Baltic States for the free movement of residents, hotels are starting to receive the first reservations from residents of the two neighboring countries, Janis Pinnis, president of the Hotel and Restaurant Association, said in an interview on Latvian Radio on Thursday.
"It's like the first breath of fresh air," Pinnis said, noting that interest from neighboring residents is still low, but hotels have reason to start thinking about a partial reopening.
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