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Pakistan will host the World Tourism Forum next year to tout the country's tourism potential around the globe, especially among the countries of the D-8 (developing 8) bloc.
Axar.az reports citing Turkish media.
Addressing a press conference in the capital Islamabad on Sunday, Syed Zulfikar Bukhari, the prime minister's adviser on tourism and overseas Pakistanis, said the tourism ministers of all the D-8 member states, including Turkey, willl also participate in the forum in Islamabad.
The event had been scheduled for this year but was delayed until next year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Over 1,000 foreign visitors will attend the five-day event.
"Pakistan has a huge tourism potential that we want to introduce to the world, especially the Muslim world," Bukhari said, adding: "We are inviting the tourism ministers of D-8 countries, including Turkey, to learn from their experience promoting tourism."
The World Tourism Forum is an organization based in Istanbul, Turkey dedicated to developing tourism around the world with its annual meetings.
2020.07.06 / 09:52