Pakistan's Karachi Hosts Conference on Iran's Tourist Attractions

Pakistan's commercial city of Karachi recently hosted the 3rd conference titled "Picturesque Iran" to showcase Iran's rich tourist attractions.

Iran (IMNA) - The event was organized by Iran's Consulate General in Karachi and attended by a significant number of managers from 170 tourism agencies in Pakistan.

Consul General Hassan Nourian and several foreign diplomats residing in Karachi were among the esteemed guests at the Iranian tourism gathering. The Minister of Power, Planning, and Development in Sindh, Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, and the Chief Executive of the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP), Zubair Motiwala, were special guests at the conference.

In his remarks, Consul General Nourian highlighted the tourism opportunities between the two countries, emphasizing the potential for developing tourism ties. He noted that Sindh, the third-largest province of Pakistan by land area and the second-largest by population, shares religious, historical, and social commonalities with Iran. Nourian believed that the province has significant potential for developing the tourism sector between Iran and Pakistan.

The event aimed to promote cultural and tourism exchanges between the two nations, leveraging their shared values and norms to foster deeper ties. The conference provided a platform for Pakistani tourism operators to learn about Iran's diverse tourist attractions, including cultural, historical, and natural sites.

Pakistan's Karachi Hosts Conference on Iran's Tourist Attractions

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