Published on : Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Zahra Ahamadipour, Vice-President and Head of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization announced this Sunday in a face-to-face meeting with Albanian Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati that Iran is in the process of welcoming Albanian investors in order to boost the tourism infrastructure of this land. She confirmed that Iran is seriously looking for investment support from foreign nationals after receiving positive feedback from Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA.
The minister also showed interest in organizing meetings, conferences and exhibitions as well as interaction among artists of both the nations playing an instrumental role in boosting tourism industry of Tirana and Tehran.
Officials are also hopeful that the countries will collaborate after experiencing a break of two decades efficiently. Bonding over cultural relations always plays a key role in deepening bilateral ties between two countries thereby strengthening their political alliance in return.
Ahamadipour also points out that Iran is long known for its rich cultural heritage which is very important in enhancing a country’s cultural tourism attracting tourists mostly European worldwide. Bushati also highlighted that his visit to Iran points out the fact that Albania is too willing to improve its relation with the country with rapid growth in cultural ties.