Prague Hosts Iran Tourism Conference
Prague Hosts Iran Tourism Conference
Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Prague Hosts Iran Tourism Conference

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Prague Hosts Iran Tourism Conference

A joint event on promoting Iran's tourism potential in the Czech Republic was recently held at the Municipal House in Prague.
Co-organized by Czech Tourism Organization and the Iranian Embassy in the country, the conference was aimed at presenting the cultural, historical and artistic attractions of the two countries to further strengthen bilateral ties, CHTN reported.
According to Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, Ali Akbar Jokar, Iran's ambassador to Czech Republic, pointed to expanding ties between the two sides and highlighted the necessity of boosting tourism exchange.
A documentary featuring Iran's tourism spots was screened at the event for attracting the Czech citizens attending the conference. 


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