Iran’s deputy tourism minister discusses ways to develop ties in traveling and cultural heritage

Published on : Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Iran’s deputy tourism minister Ali-AsgharShalbafianalong with other international officials discussed ways to develop ties in traveling and cultural heritage.


They also exchanged views on the prospects of the virus-hit tourism sector on the sidelines of the 24th General Assembly of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), which was held from November 30 to December 3 in Madrid, Spain.


During the three-day conference, Shalbafian met with tourism officials from India, Oman, Iraq, Pakistan, Georgia, Kuwait, Uzbekistan, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Turkey, Malaysia, and Russia.


Shalbafianhighlighted the impact of the management process during the coronavirus outbreak crisis and the importance of vaccination in boosting the tourism industry.


He also stressed the importance of joint experiences, support for tourism-related businesses, and the need for bilateral cooperation.


Shalbafian and the UNWTO Secretary-General ZurabPololikashvili discussed developing bilateral ties and to meet previously-defined rural tourism targets.


They also re-examined an international conference on rural tourism, which Iran plans to organize in its lesser-known provinces of Kermanshah and Kordestan.


Shalbafian and Pololikashvili also exchanged views regarding the prospects of sustainable tourism both in the COVID and post-COVID eras.

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