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Bahrain discusses tourism ties with Morocco

MANAMA, January 13, 2019

Bahrain and Morocco are looking to strengthen their bilateral relations and enhance areas of cooperation to achieve joint tourism related goals.

The means to create strong ties between both countries, specifically in the tourism sector, were discussed during a meeting between Shaikh Khalid bin Humood Al Khalifa, chief executive officer of the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), and the Ambassador of Morocco to Bahrain, Ahmed Rashid Khatabi.

Shaikh Khaled also lauded the relations between both countries across all aspects, which has opened up wide horizons for cooperation and coordination across all fields.

He also reviewed the BTEA’s tourism strategy and directives, its continual efforts to strengthen the tourism sector and promote its growth and development, and discussed the adoption of mutually beneficial tourism initiatives for both countries. 

The Moroccan Ambassador expressed his esteem for BTEA’s strategy and affirmed his commitment to enhance relations between both countries in the tourism field and further explore other bilateral initiatives. - TradeArabia News Service




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