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Topic - Stas Misezhnikov
The suicide bombing that killed six people, including five Israelis, in a Bulgarian seaside resort will not stop Israelis from traveling wherever they wish, a government minister from the Jewish state said Monday during a visit to the eastern European nation.
The average U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped 15 cents over the past two weeks, according to Sunday's Lundberg Survey of fuel prices, which puts the price of a gallon of regular at $3.48.
Misezhnikov said that some 180,000 Israeli tourists visit Bulgaria each year, and that they will continue coming in the future as well.
Mr. Misezhnikov also said Monday that Bulgarian security had prevented a terrorist attack against Israeli tourists in the country several months ago.