The operator of a popular Laplands tourist tour operator called the US Department of State, which is conducting an international tour of the Laplanders homeland, has called for an end to travel restrictions imposed by the US government.
The US government has been trying to block the operator, and has imposed a variety of restrictions on its operations, including limiting the number of guests and restricting the number and types of vehicles it can hire.
The Laplander tour operator has now called on the US State Department to end the restrictions and allow them to be eased for the tour operator’s members.
“We urge the US Government to allow the LaPlanders tours operator to return to the United States,” the operator said in a statement.
“We call on all of us to come together and work together to find solutions that allow all visitors and residents to return.”
Tour operators have been forced to operate under new restrictions since the US began its tour ban in January 2018, and some are calling for a relaxation of those restrictions.
“I think we’re seeing an erosion of the US travel ban.
We see that now in the tourism industry and it’s not a new phenomenon.
We’ve seen that in the US, especially in the past couple of years,” said Michael J. Sauer, a tourism and travel expert at Washington State University.
The tour operator is the second to call on the Department of States to ease travel restrictions.
The Washington State Association of Travel Agencies also called on a relaxation in the restrictions.
However, the Lapleras group of tour operators is the only one that has asked for the government to relax the travel restrictions in its home country.
The State Department says it does not comment on the private sector.
The operator of LaplAND Tours says it is a small, privately owned company that is seeking to provide an alternative to the government restrictions that have been in place since 2018.
It says it has secured permits to operate in more than 40 countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
In a statement to Al Jazeera, the group said it has no financial stake in the company and that the US and Canadian governments are responsible for the decision to restrict travel for all visitors.
“The State Departments decision to ban Laplanded Tours from entering the US was made by the Department on its own and does not have any governmental approval.
This decision was made without any consultation with Laplanding Tours,” the statement said.
“The Government has also been unwilling to take any meaningful steps to allow Laplandering Tours to operate safely and securely.”‘
They’re trying to get us into trouble’The Laplera group says it will continue to operate.
“They are trying to pull us into a situation where they’re trying a variety a number of things to restrict our travel,” said Chris Sauer.
“And I think it’s a lot of them.
They are trying a number different things.
We’re just not going to be able to do anything about it.”