A cooperation agreement was signed Thursday morning by Minister of Tourism and Handicraft Salma Elloumi Rekik and Palestinian Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Rula Ma’ayah to promote partnership in the tourism sector between Tunisia and the Palestine.
This agreement provides for strengthening tourism between the two destinations, sharing experts and information on training programs in tourism and hospitality and organizing training sessions for Tunisian and Palestinian officials, stressed Rekik.
It also provides for the exchange of expertise in the fields of marketing and communication and developing programs to promote the two destinations internationally.
It was also agreed to strengthen partnership in the areas of tourism investment and encouraging partnership between the private sector and professional organizations of the two countries.
Speaking on this occasion, Rula Ma’ayah said Palestine has major attractions that deserve to be visited by the Tunisians, indicating that over the past five years, Palestine has attracted, annually, more than 2 million tourists from Russia, Italy and other countries.