Morocco and Bahrain are seeking to improve the tourism sector between the two kingdoms.

      Published on Tuesday, 15 January , 2019      846      
Morocco and Bahrain are seeking to improve the tourism sector between the two kingdoms.

Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) CEO Sheikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa received last week Morocco’s Ambassador to Bahrain Ahmed Rashid Khatabi in Sanabis, Bahrain, near Manama.

The two sides discussed ways to enhance bilateral relations and areas of cooperation, especially in the tourism sector.

Sheikh Khaled “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,” Arab news outlet Albawaba reported.

Khatabi emphasized that his embassy’s continuous support of initiatives in the tourism sector between Morocco and Bahrain to promote growth and achieve progress in the sector.

In late February last year, Bahraini foreign minister Khaled Bin Ahmed Bin Mohamed Al Khalifa met with Moroccan Head of Government Saad Eddine El Othmani in Rabat.

Both officials discussed bilateral relations and areas of common interest.

The talks resulted in the signing of a number of cooperation agreements in various fields including air transport, communications, sport, and social security.

Category Government | 2019/01/15 latest update at 9:00 PM
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