Syria and Tunisia join hands to organize a tourism conference in Damascus.
DAMASCUS, Syria (SANA) – The Syrian-Tunisian tourism workshop kicked off on Sunday, organized by the Syrian Ministry of Tourism, Syrian Tourism Chambers Syndicate, Syrian Airlines and Tunisian Airlines.
The workshop, which was attended by Syrian Minister of Tourism Saadalla Agha al-Qalaa, is an important opportunity for activating mutual tourist work and increasing the arrival of tourist groups in both countries.
The workshop also included meetings between tourism and travel agencies and representatives of tourist activities in both countries, during which they discussed means to increase tourist advent and exchange expertise and delegation, in addition to activating mutual tourist investments and providing a complete tourist product between Syria and Tunisia.
Agha al-Qalaa stressed the importance of holding tourism workshops, which introduce the tourist product in both countries, in addition to the possibility of communicating between tourism and travel agencies to increase the number of tourist groups and mutual investments.
Minister of Tourism provided a detailed review on the state of Syrian tourism and its development in the past few years, in addition to the procedures and facilitations that form an element of attraction to tourist investments and tourist arrival.