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Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Makram Al-Qaisi discussed with his Cypriot counterpart Costas Comes the bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to develop them, especially in the field of tourism.
Al-Qaisi and his counterpart, Commis, affirmed, during their meeting today, Tuesday, via visual communication technology, the two parties' endeavor to develop tourism relations, enhance bilateral cooperation and enhance coordination in various fields.
Al-Qaisi reviewed investment opportunities in the tourism sector in Jordan and joint tourism investment opportunities between the two countries, which are based on sharing experiences in managing sites, and benefiting from the handicraft industry that Cyprus is famous for through the establishment of joint training programs and workshops.
Al-Qaisi indicated that the ministry seeks to benefit from the Cypriot experience in the field of means of transportation between tourist sites, while he offered his Cypriot counterpart to benefit from the expertise of the Department of Antiquities in the field of protection and restoration of antiquities, and from the experience of the Tourism Promotion Authority in the field of promotion and marketing.
The two sides discussed the issue of Jordanian employment in Cyprus, opportunities for cooperation in the field of joint tourism vocational training, and follow-up on the implementation of the proposed program, which includes sending Jordanian students to Cyprus for education and training through the Hotel Association.