Morocco and Egypt explore new avenues to strengthen tourism cooperation

Morocco and Egypt explore new avenues to strengthen tourism cooperation

The two ministers explored various strategies to strengthen cooperation in the field of tourism, highlighting the importance of promoting investment and the development of spa products as central axes for the growth of the sector

In a key meeting to strengthen tourism ties between Morocco and Egypt, held on February 20, 2024 in Cairo, Moroccan Minister of Tourism, Handicrafts and Social and Solidarity Economy, Fatima Zahra Ammor, held a productive meeting with her Egyptian counterpart, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Ahmed Issa. This meeting marked a milestone in the talks to boost collaboration in the tourism sector between the two nations.

The meeting, which was attended by Morocco's ambassador to Egypt and the Kingdom's permanent representative to the League of Arab States, Mohamed Ait Ouali, served as a platform to reaffirm the strong ties of cooperation and friendship that have historically united Morocco and Egypt. The two ministers explored various strategies to strengthen cooperation in the field of tourism, highlighting the importance of promoting investment and the development of spa products as central axes for the growth of the sector.

Given the prominent position that Morocco and Egypt occupy in tourism at the African level, the ministers discussed joint and complementary initiatives with the aim of positioning both countries as leaders in the global tourism landscape. This dialogue underscores Morocco and Egypt's commitment to work together to promote tourism innovation and create a more attractive and diversified offer that meets the expectations of international travelers, thus enhancing their competitiveness in the global market.

This meeting is a step forward towards consolidating deeper cooperation between Morocco and Egypt, which will not only benefit the tourism sectors of both countries, but will also contribute to economic and social development, strengthening cultural ties and promoting broader mutual understanding between these two sister nations.

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