Direct air flight to promote tourism in Indonesia-Pakistan: Marthini



Indonesian deputy Minister for Tourism and Economic Creativity, Ni Made Ayu Marthini has said that direct air flights are very important to promote bilateral tourism in Indonesia and Pakistan. In terms of the population of Indonesia and Pakistan, the market consisting of 500 million people can open new ways of cooperation in all economic sectors including tourism and trade in both countries.

Deputy Minister for Tourism and Economic Creativity, Ni Made Ayu Marthini said this while talking to APP.

She said that tourism and trade are very important sectors in which discussions are ongoing for cooperation between the two countries۔

The minister said that there is a need to understand the mutual markets and different economic sectors in both countries, which can open new avenues for mutual economic cooperation.

Marthini said that the government is following a regular plan to promote tourism in Indonesia, in which major changes are brought in the tourism sector by implementing short, medium and long term projects.

She said that Bali is an important place in Indonesia for tourism, but there are many beautiful places like this in Indonesia where our government is committed to providing modern facilities in the tourism sector.

She said that the Indonesian government is working on a two-prong strategy to promote tourism, in which domestic tourists who belong to Indonesia. She further said that apart from this, our government is working to provide modern facilities to foreign tourists.


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