Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Yemen, Djibouti sign tourism cooperation agreement

Yemen and Djibouti have signed in Sana'a a cooperation agreement aims to boost tourism cooperation fields between the two countries. 

The agreement signed by Tourism Minister Nabil al-Faqih and Djiboutian Minister of Trade and Industry in charge of Ministry of tourism Rifqi Abdul Qader Bamakhrama intends to boost and activate cooperation between the two ministries in various tourist fields, especially in training qualifying, promoting joint tourist products of the two countries in international events. 

It also aims to trigger tourist activities between Yemen and Djibouti and activate flight lines between the two countries via Sana'a and Aden airports. 

After signing the agreement, Djibouti Minister expressed his happiness of the agreement that was signed on the sidelines of Arab Tourism Ministers Conference concluded on Thursday in Sana'a. 

He also confirmed importance of the agreement to enhance joint cooperation areas between the two countries to realize sustainable tourist development in the two countries.