Thu, 14 Mar 2019 18:21 - Updated Thu, 14 Mar 2019 18:21
Angola announces tourism potential in Lisbon
Lisbon, March 14 (ANGOP) - The dissemination of the country's tourism potential and the attraction of private foreign investment to the sector is the focus of Angola's participation in the 31st edition of the Lisbon Tourism Exchange (BTL), inaugurated last Wednesday in Lisbon- Portugal.
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Minister of Tourism of Angola, Ângela Bragança
Photo: Henri Celso (arquivo)
Angola's pavilion at the event was inaugurated by Angolan Tourism Minister Angela Bragança.
The Private Investment and Export Promotion Agency (AIPEX) participates in BTL, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, the Institute of Tourism Promotion (Infotur) and 12 national companies of the sector.
In 2018, Angola participated in the 30th edition of BTL, from February 28 to March 4, with two stands, one from the Institute of Tourism Development (Infotur) and another of the Ministry of the Environment.
With the closing set for 17 March, the Lisbon Tourism Exchange is considered the largest Trade fair in Portugal.
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