Tourism and Culture Ministers discuss ways to make Tunisian sites "attractive and visited" | Tunisia News Gazette

Tourism and Culture Ministers discuss ways to make Tunisian sites “attractive and visited”

Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts, Salma Elloumi Rekik and Minister of Cultural Affairs Mohamed Zine El abidine discussed at a meeting Tuesday common steps to be taken to concretise the partnership agreement signed between the two ministries in May 2016

That agreement aims to promote cultural content through effective management of several sites and museums in Tunisia.

These include, among others, the site of Oudhna, the Carthage site, the Bardo Museum, the Jughurta tableland, the Shott el Jerid, the Ksours circuit, the Medina of Tunis and the Genoese port of Tabarka.

The objective sought is to make these sites attractive and visited under the best conditions and therefore give another image of Tunisian tourism, according to them.

A meeting between the two ministers is planned, next week, “to set priorities and put in place the structures and profiles needed to effectively implement this partnership approach while opening on private operators.

Source: TAP News Agency

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