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Saudi Arabia, Greece Collaborate to Boost Sustainable Coastal, Marine Tourism

Saudi Minister of Tourism Ahmed al-Khateeb and his Greek counterpart Harry Theoharis signed Sunday an agreement for cooperation in sustainable coastal and marine tourism, on the sideline of the Coastal and Maritime Tourism Conference in Athens.

The Kingdom and Greece affirmed their commitment to the sustainable development of coastal and marine tourism in their countries.

The agreement dealt with exchanging knowledge and best practices in the field of investment, human capital development, training, event organization, marketing, and promotion to support sustainable coastal and marine tourism in Saudi Arabia and Greece.

The Saudi Minister described the agreement as “a positive step” between the two countries, and one of the fruits of international cooperation that will achieve a “more sustainable future for tourism and lead to addressing the repercussions of the pandemic on the global tourism sector.”

Khateeb stressed that the Kingdom is committed in its tourism…

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