If going on vacation and risking getting shot or kidnapped is so last year for you already, how about some deadly left-over radiation? Looks like the Ukranian government is removing some of the red-tape currently in place in order to more easily allow tours of the sealed zone around the Chernobyl reactor.
According to the Emergency Situations Ministry spokeswoman Yulia Yershova, experts are developing travel routes that will be both medically safe and informative for visitors who wish to learn more about the tragedy that occurred nearly a quarter of a century ago.
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