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Solutions found to help more than 60% of stalled tourism projects in Lattakia
2015-02-03 11:38:09

Tourism Minister Bishr Yazigi said that the prospects for developing the tourism sector in Lattakia are very good, and that the Ministry has a comprehensive vision for this that focuses on both large and small projects.

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Touring a number of tourism sites in the province on Friday, Yazigi said the goal of his trip is to study the cases of stalled projects, noting that some of these projects are nearly 80% complete, in addition to inspecting restaurants and hotels.

He said that the Ministry is annulling the contracts of investment that are suspended without justification, noting that the current focus is on budget tourism by providing avenues for cheap tourism activities for families, including preparing new beach areas.

During this tour, the Minister met Lattakia Governor and local officials, affirming during that meeting that solutions have been found for more than 60% of stalled tourism projects in the province.

 


 

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