Entertainment Holidays in France? "Citizen reservations!" Urges Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne

12:15  29 may  2020
12:15  29 may  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

"My employer was nice, he erased my sabbatical"

 Every day, "Libé" gives the floor to people of all stripes to tell their stories inside. Everyone sends a photo "from inside". Today, Jean-Baptiste, who had planned to cross Australia last winter. With the fires, he had canceled, he had recently been in Patagonia when the confinement was decreed ... Express return to Paris and to work. For Jean-Baptiste, 36, the year 2020 had to be that of a long and big kif: six months of sabbatical leave, until August, to cross Australia.

Invité vendredi d'Europe 1, le secrétaire d'État auprès du ministre de l'Europe et des Affaires étrangères, en charge du tourisme, a insisté sur l'importance pour les Français de privilégier des vacances sur le territoire national, notamment pour permettre le redémarrage du secteur touristique. © Supplied by Europe 1 Guest of Europe 1 Friday, the Secretary of State to the Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, in charge of tourism, insisted on the importance for the French to favor holidays on the national territory, in particular to allow the restarting of the tourist sector.

After the coronavirus crisis , can the tourist season still be saved in France? "We do everything for", assures on Europe 1 the Secretary of State in charge of tourism Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, recalling that the government announcements on the second phase of the deconfinement , among which the end of the limit of 100 kilometers, "allow the French to have more tourist and mobility offers".

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With the lifting of these restrictions, he continues, the French "can consider their holidays, which I hope will be 'blue- White Red'". And Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne to urge: "Citizen reservations!"

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On Europe 1, the Secretary of State has indeed encouraged the French to favor the organization of holidays on the national territory, deeming "important" to be able to rediscover our territory, but also to "give back hope to professionals ".


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"Tourism professionals have been hit hard, and it is important that this engine of national tourism is the first engine to start again and save this season", recalls Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, launching a "call for solidarity" .

To encourage citizens to favor the French destination, the government intends to communicate massively, in particular with a campaign which will be launched soon. "With Atout France and the territories, we are going to launch the # CetétéjevisitelaFrance campaign", assures Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne.

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