German company to hold intl. section of Iran’s tourism fest

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Tehran, 10/06/2015, IRNA – A German company will organize the international section of the 9th Tehran International Tourism Exhibition, which will be held from February 16 to 19, the exhibition secretary Ali-Baqer Nemati announced in a press conference on Monday.
The organizer of the exhibition, Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicraft Organization (CHTHO), did not give any detail about the German company.
The company is a professional corporation, which had held tourism exhibitions on theme of Central Asian and African countries previously, he explained.
The exhibition’s motto is “Be Our Guest” and it will be held on the theme of “Iranian Houses”.
Workshops on Halal tourism, health tourism and international opportunities of international tourism will be held on the sidelines of the event.

The festival will also host several meetings on investment opportunities in the field of tourism industry as well, he added.
The CHTHO has conducted negotiations with representatives of tourism industries from different countries to take part at the fair, Nemati said.
The exhibition also provides stands for all Iranian provinces to show their potential for tourist attractions.

The head of Tehran International Trading and Exhibition Corporation (TITEX) Farhad Aminian also explained about the showcase.
The secretary of the exhibition will receive applications online, Aminian said.
Foreign companies should pay 200 euros for stands and “we hope more foreigners apply for this edition of the event,” he said.

The exhibition will be held at Tehran International Permanent Fairground.
The previous edition of Tehran International Tourism Exhibition focused on tourist attractions of Iranian deserts.
South Korea, India, Turkey, Switzerland, Venezuela, Armenia, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Tunisia and Malaysia took part at the 8th edition of exhibition.

Source: www.irna.ir

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