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Sun, 12 Nov 2017 10:04 - Updated Sun, 12 Nov 2017 10:03

Namibe must work to be on national tourism route

Moçâmedes - Angolan Hotel and Tourism Minister Angela Bragança Saturday advised hotel and tourism operators to work hard so that the Namibe province is in fact on the national tourism route with all its relevance.

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Speaking to ANGOP, at the end of the meeting with the operators of the hotel and tourism sector in Namibe, the minister said that one of the fundamental issues at the moment is visas, since it is necessary to create some requirements at the country level so that the agencies, both Angolan and foreign, are in interaction mainly with regard to the flow of tourists.

The government official pointed out the lack of responsibility and humility of the operators in the field, which has caused some dispersion in the actions performed, since it requires working for a single objective.

She also emphasized that the tourism industry is considered as innovative consumption and consumes both units in terms of equipment and accessories as well as in constant need of renovation.

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