This TV show is the most watched among the younger and middle generation of tourists, and Razygraev is also influential on social networks, especially on Instagram where he has almost 100 followers. In addition, he has ten major and successful TV projects behind him, as well as interviews with a number of celebrities like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. “The growth of tourist traffic from the Russian emitting market compared to last year will amount to almost 14 percent this year, and the interest of Russian tourists and the Russian tourist sector in Croatian destinations is constantly growing. Bearing in mind that Russian tourists are at the very top of the consumption scale, it is really important to constantly work on promoting Croatia as a top destination for Russian tourists. We are extremely pleased that the team of the Russian MUZ TV is staying in Zagreb during Advent, because our goal is to further strengthen traffic in the pre- and post-season. “, said the director of the CNTB Representation in Russia Rajko Ružička, adding that Croatia was once again included in the top three destinations for family vacations in the selection of the Russian edition of the National Geographic magazine. Photo: HTZ The Russian market is expected to grow by 14 percent next year The host of the show Independent Traveler is the well-known and popular Russian host and director of the MUZ TV program Andrey Razygraev who, visiting destinations around the world, explores interesting stories of the local population and offers tips and suggestions for content worth experiencing. The recorded material will be shown on December 21, 2019 in the travel show Independent Traveler, ie “Vacation without vouchers” on MUZ TV. “In the previous three seasons, the show has achieved ratings that exceed 25 million people across Russia. I am sure that through the show from Zagreb and SalajLand, many Russian viewers will have the opportunity to get to know Croatia as a quality year-round destination that has a very rich offer during the winter months.” said CNTB Director Kristjan Staničić, adding that a direct year-round flight between Zagreb and Moscow will also contribute to the positive trends from the Russian market. A six-member production team of popular Russian music television MUZ TV, the so-called Russian MTV, is staying in Zagreb until December 4, where they are filming the Advent atmosphere of the Croatian capital, as well as the Christmas story of the SalajLand estate in Čazma. The cooperation was organized at the invitation of the CNTB, and this is the third study trip of Russian television this year. Namely, a TV show was filmed in Croatia in June “Let’s go, let’s go”, or “Let’s go, let’s eat” on NTV television, while a TV show was filmed in September “Eagle I reshka“, Pyatnica television, i.e. Friday TV.
Share Sharing is caring! Robert Ferrante, centre, said he bought the cyanide for stem cell experiments(BBC) A US neuroscientist has been found guilty of murdering his wife by lacing her energy drink with cyanide.Prosecutors said former University of Pittsburgh researcher Robert Ferrante concocted the plan to kill Autumn Klein after she pressured him to have a second child.Ferrante now faces a mandatory life sentence.Ms Klein’s relatives burst into tears upon hearing the guilty verdict in the Pittsburgh court.“Justice for Autumn,” said her mother, Lois Klein, outside the court.Autumn Klein collapsed at the couple’s home and died in hospitalThe jury deliberated for 15 hours over two days before finding Ferrante, 66, guilty of first-degree murder.Ferrante hung his head when the verdict was read out.Police said Ferrante had given the supplement to his wife on 17 April 2013. She died three days later.Prosecutors described him as a “master manipulator” and said he may also have acted out of fear that she was having an affair or was planning to divorce him.Ferrante had denied poisoning his wife, saying he had bought the cyanide for stem cell experiments.Police said Ferrante used a university credit card two days before Ms Klein fell ill to buy more than 8oz (220g) of cyanide.His lawyers made the case that Ms Klein, 41, might not have been poisoned at all, citing three defence experts who said poisoning couldn’t be conclusively proved.The prosecution, however, maintained that a test on Ms Klein’s blood had revealed a lethal level of cyanide.The blood was drawn while doctors tried for three days to save her life, although the results were not known until after she had died and her body was cremated. Share Tweet 240 Views no discussions HealthInternationalLifestylePrint US researcher guilty of poisoning by: – November 8, 2014 Share