Arab council approves Bahrain proposal on tourism data
The Arab Ministerial Council for Tourism has approved a recommendation presented by Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) on the utilisation of the Arab tourism data and statistics.
The council invited the technical committee to go over the implementation of the solutions mentioned, a BTEA statement said.
BTEA ceo Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa headed Bahrain’s delegation at the 21st session of the council, which occurred at the Arab Academy for Science, Maritime and technology Transport Headquarters in Alexandria, Egypt.
The meeting discussed 13 topics associated with land, maritime and air transport like the preparation for the joint meeting between ministers of tourism and culture in your community which aims to create effective partnerships among Arab countries in neuro-scientific cultural tourism.
The meeting also discussed the chance of increasing the aid granted to the occupied State of Palestine, moreover dedicating a share of its programs for the implementation of rescue and development projects targeted at mitigating the aftermath of the Israeli attacks, rebuilding the stricken areas and providing support to overcome the financial meltdown.
The heads of delegations also reviewed the most recent tourism data and statistics with the purpose of reinforcing the Arab Tourism and Sustainable Development Strategy 2030 in neuro-scientific tourism within the spot and enhancing the caliber of services supplied by travel and tourism agencies. – TradeArabia News Service