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Tourism- linking nations

2011-12-12 (GMT + 7)

In the ceremony welcoming Mr. Hideo Sawada, Chairman of H.I.S Japan Tourism Group and Chairman of Asian business leaders Association, the Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MoCST), Mr. Le Khanh Hai highly appreciated important contributions of Asian business leaders Association and H.I.S Japan Tourism Group to Vietnam economy development.

He also valued the mutual understanding and belief between the two nations through cultural exchange and tourism promotion.

Speaking at the meeting, Mr Hai said tourism's role is linking nations. Therefore, to strengthen the relationship between Japan-Vietnam, he suggested to hold tourism seminars to promote the tourism cooperation in future.

Mr. Hideo Sawada expressed his thank to the MoCST for the welcoming ceremony on his visit to Vietnam. In addition, he also introduced about the H.I.S Japan Tourism Group and Asian business leaders Association. Accordingly, the H.I.S is one of top Japanese travel businesses sending tourists to Vietnam, where is considered as a destination for studying and investing in many fields, particularly tourism.

Mr. Hideo Sawada also affirmed tourism is a peaceful industry linking nations in the world.

He said tourism is an advantage of Vietnam with high potentials contributing to international integration. Vietnam should continue to enhance information exchange and introduce national characters to the world to draw more tourists to the country.

Source: Langvietonline

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