Taha Directs Opening Doors before Incoming Tourist

First Vice President of the Republic Ali Osman Mohamed Taha has given directives on opening the doors before the incoming tourist and mobilization of domestic tourists throughout tourist festivals in coordination with the walis (governors) of the states.
Taha underscored, during a meeting at his office at the Republican Palace Monday with the Minister of Tourism, Antiquities and Wildlife Engineer Mohamed Abdal-Kareem Al-Hud, holding of the First Conference of the Ministers of Tourism at the States at the end of next March.

First Vice President of the Republic Ali Osman Mohamed Taha

First Vice President of the Republic Ali Osman Mohamed Taha

The First Vice President also gave green light on organization of a Global Tourist Exhibition in Sudan in next March to hosted by Khartoum in collaboration with the states, tourist companies and travel agencies, pointing out that that conference will be the first international fair for tourist, traveling and shopping in Sudan.
Engineer Al-Hud said, in statements to the press followed the meeting, that he expected participation of giant international companies in the exhibition including European, Russian, American, African and Arab companies. He explained that the activities of the fair would be accompanied by holding of the first tourist investment conference in collaboration with the Higher Investment Council.
The minister underlined that the First Vice President of the Republic has given directives to reactivate the external relations relevant to the tourist and to ensure the role of Sudan in the international and regional forums, particularly the Arab Council of Tourism Ministers.
He reassured the work of his ministry for reinvigoration of the culture of tourism conferences in the country, breeding of deer and ostriches as well as preservation of natural reserves and bird came down.
He asserted maintaining of the international conventions.

By SUNA, 29/01/2013

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