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    Airbnb and Ukraine Sign MoU to Support Post-war Tourism

    Airbnb and the State Agency for Tourism Development of Ukraine have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to support incoming tourism in the post-war period. Head of the State Agency for Tourism Development in Ukraine Mariana Oleskiv and Airbnb co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Nathan Blecharczyk met at the Consulate General of Ukraine in Munich to sign the MoU. Blecharczyk said: “Although minimal tourism is possible in Ukraine today, it is important to set the course for the post-war period now. With this joint memorandum, Airbnb commits to support tourism in Ukraine at the end of the war – this is a strong sign for our community on the ground.”

    ShortTermRentalz (09/28/23) Paul Stevens

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