Egypt And Bulgaria Sign Tourism Agreement

Egypt and Bulgaria secured and agreement to join hands in strengthening and expanding the tourism sector between the two countries.

The memorandum of understanding was penned by Egyptian Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat and her Bulgarian counterpart minister Nikolina Angelkova.

Under the deal, the two Egyptian and Bulgarian ministries will create bilateral tourism products related to cultural tourism, beach tourism and culinary tourism among more tourism domains.

During a meeting, the ministers addressed the potential of exchanging visits between Egypt and Bulgaria with means to flourish the Egyptian tourism.

Relations between the two countries, Al-Mashat stated, are anticipated to witness a boost through the deal.

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