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India and Mauritius decided joint marketing on tourism destinations

India and Mauritius have decided to further strengthen cooperation in the area of Tourism and Culture. Both the countries have agreed to exchange expertise in the area of…

India and Mauritius have decided to further strengthen cooperation in the area of Tourism and Culture. Both the countries have agreed to exchange expertise in the area of island tourism, human resource development and joint marketing of tourism destinations.

In a meeting between visiting Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Tourism of Mauritius, Mr. Charles Gaetan Zavier Lue Duval and Smt. Ambika Soni, Minister for Tourism and Culture, it was also decided that both the countries would explore investment opportunities in the area of creation of tourism infrastructure.

Recalling traditional close cultural ties between the countries, Smt. Ambika Soni said that India would like strengthening these further. She offered expertise for preservation of heritage buildings and development of human resources in hospitality sector. Mrs. Soni added that cooperation in the area of medical tourism could also be an important avenue of cooperation. Both the countries also agreed to explore possibilities of including tourism as one of the key areas of comprehensive economic agreement between Indian and Mauritius.

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