Iran to recommence host – tourist interactions

‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌"It has been predicted that Iran's tourist traffic with neighboring countries will be resumed in mid-July," the Director General of the office for tourism advertising and marketing of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Ministry said.

Iran (IMNA) - "Considering the tourism behaviors of neighboring countries, the Arab states of the Persian Gulf and the European Union countries, the preliminary prediction is to reopen the land borders from July 5. Some of the travel bans and airspace closures over particular parts of the country will be also ended on July 22. The office has decided to recommence host – tourist interactions with neighbouring countries, " Mohammad-Ebrahim Larijani said.

Addressing the tourism demands of Oman, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Pakistan, Iraq, Turkey, China and Hong Kong to enter Iran, even in the current condition of pandemic, he continued, "Meanwhile, even European backpackers have declared their willingness to travel to Iran. Each the foreign nationals has made requests on a variety of reasons, such as trade, treatment, pilgrimage, education, or visiting relatives, which can be specified if the boundaries get reopened. "

Regarding the advices to foreign tourists on COVID -19, in strict accordance with the health protocol, the Director General of the office for tourism advertising and marketing of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Ministry noted, " given the conditions of the coronavirus pandemic, we are setting a timetable for reopening borders to foreign nationals and tourists, similar to the classifications made by other countries, including Turkey".

He added, "Some countries are in the red zone of the COVID -19 for which we have also predicted required measures."

Announcing the correspondence with the Ministry of Tourism in 30 countries across the world, he ended, "tourism ministers of target countries have received information on Iran's preventative health care measures in tourism facilities, airlines and tourist attractions. We will welcome tourists as soon as the borders get reopened."

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