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Desert Cities Consolidate Efforts to Entice Visitors

Desert Cities Consolidate Efforts to Entice Visitors Desert Cities Consolidate Efforts to Entice Visitors

A sisterhood relationship agreement was signed between five desert cities of Iran late last week, in an effort to strengthen ties and open new pathways to tourism development, said a senior official at Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization. According to Masoumeh Davoudian, head of Damghan's office of ICHHTO in Semnan Province, the signing ceremony which was attended by a number of heritage officials coming from nearby cities, was bolstered with the establishment of a joint tourism group for Iran's desert cities, ISNA reported. 
"After long debates, Damghan in Semnan, Zarand in Kerman, Bajestan in South Khorasan, Zehak in Sistan-Baluchestan and Bafq in Yazd province were tied together as sister cities for the first time in the country," Davoudian said.
 

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