Dubai, The Sultanate of Oman, represented by the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism concluded its participation in the Arabian Travel Market in Dubai, which is considered as the Middle East’s specialized exhibition for tourism.
Oman’s delegation is headed by Azzan Qasim Al Busaidi, the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism’s Undersecretary for Tourism. Present at the meeting were representatives of 14 establishments from Oman’s tourism sector.
The conference highlighted the future of travel and tourism in the Middle East in the post Covid-19 pandemic era. It also touched on main elements that are important in developing the tourism industry and its future, particularly innovation, sustainability and human resources.
Source: Oman News Agency