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Tunisair sponsors trip for travel agencies in Syria

Tunisia’s national airline, , has arranged for a 10-day trip for Tunisian travel agencies to attend a tourism promotion workshop in Damascus, Syria.
The workshop that kicked off on March 6 was arranged with a view to boost tourism between both countries. Speaking on the occasion, Saadallah Agha El Kaala, the Syrian Tourism Minister, said his ministry is conducting surveys to broaden tourism on the whole along with developing environmental, river and sports tourism. In response, Mohamed Al Aouidi, Tunisian ambassador to Syria, promised that his country would cooperate in this regard. Meanwhile, business meetings were held between travel agencies to discuss the possibility of opening up new avenues for tourism between both countries.
 

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