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Egypt, Cyprus, Greece discuss boosting tourism cooperation

MENA , Friday 8 Mar 2019
File Photo: Egypt's Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat
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Egypt's Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat discussed Friday with her Greek and Cypriot counterparts Elena Kountoura, Savvas Perdios, respectively, boosting cooperation in the tourism field.

This came on the sidelines of ITB Berlin activities, hosted by the German capital on March 6-10, according to a press statement by the Tourism Ministry.

The ministers praised the political, and economic ties binding the three countries and expressed their desire for more cooperation in the coming period.

They exchanged views on reinforcing trilateral cooperation and agreed on forming task forces from both governmental and private sectors to create joint tourist schemes, aimed at attracting more tourists. 

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