Saudi Shoura Council to prepare tourism programme
- Saudi Arabia: Tuesday, January 08 - 2013 at 05:12
The Saudi Shoura Council has agreed to work on a programme aimed at attracting more foreign tourists by portraying the kingdom's places of touristic interest, archaeological sites and monuments, Arab News has reported. Under the programme, the council is to form a committee under the supervision of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA), with the help of other government organisations, to boost the country's tourism industry, said the Shoura Council assistant speaker, Fahd bin Mutad Al-Hamad. The committee would also harness the other available potentials in rural areas to attract foreign tourists and to maintain a balance in the development process, Al-Hamad added.
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