Fri, 24 May 2019 16:56 - Updated Fri, 24 May 2019 16:55
Diplomatic missions promote unexplored tourist areas
Luanda - Angolan Foreign minister Manuel Augusto has considered priority the promotion of tourism options and many unexplored natural resources in Angola by diplomatic missions and consulates in the context of diplomatic and foreign policy.
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Foreign affairs minister Manuel Augusto
Photo: Alberto Julião
The Angolan top diplomat was speaking on the theme "Tourism and Industry of Peace" on Thursday at the World Tourism Forum in Luanda.
Manuel Augusto said that he has been coordinating with other departments to review the "hindrance" related to migration issues.
Angola has been signing agreements with the countries of safe sources of large flows of tourists.
The visa simplification component covers more than 61 countries, of the world’s five continents, according to Manuel Augusto.
Manuel Augusto was accompanied by the former President of France, François Hollande, who also praised the potential of Angola.
The World Tourism Forum is addressing various topics such as "Tourism in Africa", "Digital or Computerised Tourism".
The event also approaches "The Role of Government in Business Travel", "Why invest in Angola," and "The secret or success story of tourist destinations," among other issues.
Some 1,500 delegates are attending the event, aimed at seeking investment opportunity in Angola.
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