Qatar Tourism Authority to participate in 15th session of Arab Tourism Ministers Council in Cairo
- Egypt: Sunday, October 14 - 2012 at 15:31
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Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) will participate in the 15th session of the Arab Tourism Ministers Council (ATMC) to be held from 15th till the 18th of October, at the headquarters of the General Secretary of the Arab League in Cairo.
QTA will also be attending the 10th meeting of the Executive Committee of the Arab Tourism Ministers Council, which will precede the ATMC session on the 16th and 17th of October, 2012. The Meeting is set to recommend the topics for the agenda of the Arab Tourism Ministers Council session.
QTA is a member of the Arab Tourism Ministers Council and its Executive Committee alongside the Republic of Yemen, the Republic of the Sudan, Libya, Republic of Iraq, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Lebanese Republic.
On this occasion, Mr. Issa Al Mohannadi, Chairman of QTA, commented, "QTA's participation comes in line with its mission to strengthen the country's relations with the Arab nations within the tourism industry and fully utilize its key memberships in regional and international commissions."
"These Tourism Ministries meetings are key opportunities to share knowledge and expertise and discuss the most important elements and challenges that tourism faces in the Arab world, especially with the current evolution taking place in the region. We hope that the 15th session of the AMCT will result in our sharing useful knowledge about the industry and lead to effective consensus and decisions that will greatly enhance tourism in the Arab world," added Al Mohannadi.
The AMCT meetings will discuss the issues that the Arab tourism industries have in common and agree on the most important requirements to promote inter-Arab tourism and implement the Arab Tourism Strategy that came out of the Arab leaders summit in March.
The AMCT will also review the progress of the implementation of resolutions of the Arab leaders' summit such as economic and social development, in addition to the adoption of the capitals for Arab tourism for the years 2014 - 2015.
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