Nepal and Egypt Unveil Potential for Tourism Collaboration in Cairo Discussion Program
Kathmandu, May 31. Secretary at the Nepali Tourism Ministry, Suresh Adhikari, recently attended a discussion program held in Cairo, Egypt.
During the program, Adhikari expressed the commitment of the government to provide the necessary support for the development of bilateral tourism between Nepal and Egypt.
According to Adhikari, “The Nepali government is fully committed to promoting bilateral tourism between Nepal and Egypt and will extend all necessary support.” He emphasized that the tourism sector is a priority for the country’s overall development.
Nepali ambassador to Egypt, Sushil Kumar Lamsal, also participated in the discussion and highlighted the vast potential for collaboration in the tourism sector between the two countries. Lamsal emphasized the cultural and natural beauty of both nations, which offer a compelling attraction for tourists.
Ahmed Ali, the General Manager of the Egypt Tourism Authority, invited Nepali travel agents to visit Egypt on an informative tour. This gesture showcased the authority’s willingness to foster closer ties and explore opportunities for mutual cooperation.
During the program, Sunil Sharma, Senior Manager of the Nepal Tourism Board, and Kumarmani Thapaliya, General Secretary of the Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agents, delivered a presentation on Nepal’s rich tourism heritage and the untapped potential for tourism between Nepal and Egypt.
The discussion program witnessed the participation of over 20 representatives from travel and tour companies from Nepal and Egypt. The event served as a valuable platform for networking and exploring avenues for future collaborations in the tourism sector.
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