Israeli Tourists in Bulgaria are not frightened
The Israeli tourists in Bulgaria are not frightened in the aftermath of the terror attack that killed five Israelis in Burgas on Wednesday, according to Delyan Dobrev, Bulgarian Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism. Dobrev met with Israeli tourists, who told him that they would not change their way of life because of terror attacks. He claimed that "Israeli tourists are used to this constant threat" and are therefore "calmer than us."
Bulgaria does not expect a serious decrease in the number of foreign tourists during the summer season due to the terror attack, the Minister told bTV, adding that reservations have been so far canceled only from Israel. Several hundred reservations for the first few days after Wednesday's deadly blast have been canceled.