Lithuania’s tourism regulator won’t take responsibility for travel agency collapse

Lithuania’s State Tourism Department does not take responsibility for the collapse of Go Planet Travel, a tour operator that embezzled the money of nearly 1,000 customers, since the regulator’s mandate does not include monitoring credit bureau’s data about the financial situation of tourism companies.
State Tourism Departmen head Raimonda Balnienė
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