19.May .2021 21:00

Georgia Is a Partner Country of the Spanish International Tourism Exhibition

Georgia Is a Partner Country of the Spanish International Tourism Exhibition
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Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili opened the FITUR Madrid International Tourism Exhibition in Spain together with King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia.
The National Tourism Administration of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia is presented in the exhibition with a presentation stand. The particular space allows international tour operators, companies, media representatives to get more information about Georgia's tourism destinations.
On the main video screen of the exhibition, visitors can watch videos about Georgia, get acquainted with Georgian tourism products. The entrance and resting places of the Madrid International Exhibition are packed with banners depicting the tourist potential of Georgia.

As bm.ge was informed by the Tourism Administration, information banners were placed on all pedestrian paths. Georgia also provides online support for international tourism exhibitions.

Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization, Natia Turnava, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Davit Zalkaniani, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Levan Davitashvili, Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture, Ambassador of Georgia to the Kingdom of Spain, Ilia Giorgdadze and Deputy Head of Georgian National Tourism Administration, Medea Janiashvili are attending the event.

"Fitur is one of the largest international tourism exhibitions in the world. Participation here is essential for representatives of all tourism industries. It is noteworthy that this year is the first exhibition in Europe to be held in real space. By participating in the exhibition, Georgia has a unique opportunity to be a partner country. This is a significant opportunity for us to present Georgia in the post-Covid period with tourism products related to safe travel, adventure, agro-tourism, gastronomy, and wine, "- said Medea Janiashvili.

Madrid has 261 thousand spectators at this year's exhibition. 165 countries are represented at the show, 11 thousand companies and more than 7 thousand journalists attend the exhibition.