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According to a report released by the European Tourism Commission, the number of international tourists hosted by the European Union in 2020 has decreased by 70% due to the impact of the pandemic.

According to a report released by the European Tourism Commission recently, the number of international tourists received by the European Union fell by 70% in 2020.

The report said that this year this figure can only “slowly recover” and will not return to the 2019 level until 2023 or 2024.

2020 was the worst year for the EU tourism industry in decades.

In some of the EU’s tourism popular countries, the number of tourists has decreased even more.

The number of international travelers in Montenegro and Cyprus decreased by 85 percent and 84 percent in 2020, respectively, and Spain decreased by 77 percent.

In the eyes of industry insiders, 2020 and 2021 will be the worst two years in the history of the aviation industry.

IATA previously raised its forecast, saying that the global civil aviation industry will have a net loss of $118.5 billion in 2020 (up from the forecast of $84.3 billion in June 2020) and a net loss of $38.7 billion in 2021 (up from the forecast of $15.8 billion in June 2020).

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