HE Minister of Tourism and Handicraft of the Republic of Tunisia Salma Loumi Rkik discussed with officials at Qatar Chamber ways to enhance cooperation between the two sides to activate tourism exchange.
During a meeting at Qatar Chamber, the Tunisian Minister of Tourism and Handicraft touched on the opportunities and projects that businessmen in both countries can invest in, hoping for increasing number of Qatari tourists to Tunisia as it enjoys several attractive tourist destinations.
She noted a number of factors such as moderate weather, world-class hotels, beach tourism and cultural tourism, as well as Tunisian cuisine, which offers distinctive and healthy dishes.
For his part, Qatar Chamber Vice Chairman Mohamed bin Twar welcomed the meeting between the Qatari tourism and travel offices and the Tunisian tourism sector to discuss ways to attract Qatari tourists to Tunisia.
He added that Qatar Chamber is interested in enhancing cooperation between the two sides in various economic fields, including the tourism sector, pointing out that Tunisia is characterized by many tourist attractions and can become an important destination for Qatari tourists in the near future.
Meanwhile, Qatar Chamber formed an insurance committee working group, with technical and legal representatives from insurance companies, to study the most important obstacles facing the insurance sector in the country and propose appropriate solutions to overcome them.
That was announced following a meeting for the Insurance Committee at the Qatar Chamber to discuss the most important topics related to the insurance companies. The meeting was attended by HE Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al-Thani, Qatar Chamber Chairman and Chairman of the Committee, along with business councils and members of the Committee.