The International Tourism Fair, organized by the Kosovo Tourism Association, opened its doors to visitors today. More than 200 travel agencies are participating in the exhibition, which was held in Pristina for the second time this year.
Kosovo President Fyuza Osmani also participated in the opening of the exhibition, which aims to develop tourism and promote Kosovo.
Considering tourism as a sector that provides job opportunities and good income, Osmani said, “Tourism contributes to the economic growth of the state. Today, tourism as an industry creates many jobs and incomes for citizens. Culture is indispensable for tourism. Cultural tourism contributes to preserving our traditions and culture.
Osmani also mentioned in his speech that many festivals were organized that changed the image of Kosovo.
The President of the Tourism Federation of Kosovo Baki Hoti also mentioned the purpose of the exhibition and stated that they finally managed to organize an exhibition of this scale with more than 200 companies from 10 countries, both domestic and foreign.
“The main objective is to promote tourism and our traditions and values,” Hoti said. Pristina Mayor Perbarim Rama has confirmed that he will focus on increasing tourism capacities.
Pristina International Tourism Fair will remain open for 3 days.
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