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Wednesday, 03 May 2017

UN World Tourism Organization, Regional Executive Training Course on Crisis Communication Starts Today

Khartoum - United Nations World Tourism Organization, Regional Executive training course on crisis communication kicks off today with great participation of tourism

experts from Sudan and abroad. It is organized by the WTO in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, Archeology, and Wild life-Sudan in the period from 15-17th November 2016.
Taleb Refai, Secretary General of World Tourism Organization WTO arrived Sudan on 13th November 2016 said in a press conference held at Khartoum International Airport that his visit to Sudan marks the start of the openness of Sudan to the external global market in the field of tourism.  He pointed to the importance of tourism, adding that Sudan has great tourist potentials and its tourist attractions are classified as of the top class sites. The visit to Sudan is sending a message to the world that Sudan welcomes the tourists to come to Sudan he said.
He affirmed the WTO cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism, Archeology and wild life to develop industry of tourism in Sudan.
Refai attended yesterday  the  opening session of the activities of WTO regional workshop held at Corinthia  Hotel  in Khartoum ,which kicks today, and he is expected  to attend the inauguration  of Tourist Festival at the Red sea  State, and to visit  Seganeib Island at the Red Sea as part of his visit to Sudan.
Sadig  Mohamed Gas  ElSeed, Director of department of communication and Promotion explained to Sudan Vision that more than 60 persons will participate in the regional executive training course  on Crisis Communication, including 14 tourist experts and journalists  representatives   from 11 African countries, in addition  participants from  9 states of Blue Nile, Sennar, Gezira, Kassala, Northern, River Nile, Central Darfur, Kordofan and White Nile.
As regards to the programme of the regional of the executive training course  participants; a tour will be organize tod Bijrawiya  site in the River Nile State.