28 May 2018

Sudan and Morocco Discuss Ways of Cooperation in Tourism

Khartoum — The Minister of Tourism, Antiquities and Wildlife, Mohamed Abu-Zaid, discussed with his Moroccan counterpart Limia Abutaleb, ways of upgrading Tourism in two countries and joint cooperation between them beside the agreement which will be signed in next October in Khartoum on sideline of meetings of the Joint Sudan-Morocco High Ministerial Committee.

Abu-ZaId, stated to SUNA that he received Aboutaleb during his participantION in the meeting of Executive Council of THE World Tourism Organization that held in Spain from 23- 25 Ma and taht , their meeting focused on importance of benefit of Moroccan experiences in Traditional Industries and agreed to exchange tourists and network with European international promotion companies.

The Minister met the chairman of Japanese delegation on the sideline of the meeting and discussed activation of JAICA role in Sudan to include tourism.


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