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Seminar in Russia discusses Da Nang’s tourism potential

2011-06-20 (GMT + 7)

The Da Nang city authorities have always created favourable conditions for Russian travel agencies to cooperate, do business and develop tourism in Da Nang.

This was said by Vietnamese ambassador to Russia, Pham Xuan Son, at a seminar to introduce tourism potential in Da Nang and cooperative prospects for both Russian and Vietnam travel agencies.

Addressing the seminar, Mr Son emphasised that the Government of Vietnam has paid special attention to developing tourism, simplifying visas and improving transport to ensure political security and safety for tourists. He added that Vietnam is more attractive to Russian tourists thanks to the Vietnam-Russia strategic partnership, the Vietnamese people’s hospitality, and the country’s climate as well as its beautiful landscapes, resorts and beaches.

Representatives from the Da Nang Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Hoang Dat Silver Shores Co, Ltd and the Vietnam Tourism Joint Stock Company introduced Da Nang and answered questions about its advantages and investment environment.

The seminar is a significant activity which will help Russian and Vietnamese businesses operating in Russia learn more about cooperating and investing in Vietnam, and contribute to promoting the Russia-Vietnam relationship.

The event was co-organised by the Da Nang People’s Committee and the Vietnamese embassy in Russia.

Source: VOV

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