TEHRAN – Iran is participating in the 36th edition of the ongoing International Tourism Fair in Belgrade, presenting a selection of its tourist attractions for the first time.
Organized by Iran’s embassy in Belgrade, a variety of Persian handicrafts and images of Iran’s historical monuments have been put on display in Iran’s pavilion at the fair, the Persian service of IRNA reported on Friday.
Moreover, a selection of documentaries about Iran is also being screened in the pavilion making the visitors more familiar with Iran and its scenic beauty.
Speaking in the opening ceremony, Fair Director Nikola Andric regarded Iran’s participation in the fair as a good opportunity to develop tourism cooperation between the two countries and providing a basis for more economic collaboration.
He added that the fair helps Iran’s tourist agencies to become more familiar with tourist agencies in his country.
A total of 1000 participants from 54 countries and nine new countries including Argentina, Algeria, Albania, United Arab Emirate (UAE), Abu Dhabi, Malaysia, Iran, India, Portugal and Romania are promoting their tourism offers for the first time in Belgrade.
The Belgrade Tourism Fair is ranked as the largest tourist event in the country and southeast Europe. Upholding international business standards for more than 30 years, it has created partner relationships with its exhibitors, offering a variety of quality activities and attracting a huge number of exhibitors every year.
The fair, which opened on February 27, will be running until March 2.
By Tehran Times
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