ISLAMABAD (AFP) – Minister for making plans, development and Reform Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar has invited the Moroccan businessmen to put money into Pakistan’s tourism sector because the country was blessed with stunning natural surroundings and landscapes wherein tourism can be promoted in a befitting way via an powerful approach.

After the Memorandum of understanding that Morocco and Pakistan have signed in Islamabad in 2016 to bolster cooperation within the field of training and medical and educational research, Pakistan seeks to increase cooperation into tourism.

Mohamed Karmoune, the Moroccan Ambassador to Pakistan, met with the Pakistani minister for making plans, development and Reform on Monday three.

He recommended that Morocco take gain of the brand new investment possibilities in Pakistani tourism, specifically the landscape and natural sceneries in northern regions, in step with Pakistani newspaper The news international.

“Moroccan investors in collaboration with local corporations can invest in Pakistan’s tourism zone especially in northern regions, so one can improve to tourism industry within the country,” the Pakistani minister told the Moroccan Ambassador.

The Pakistani minister took the possibility to highlight the outstanding interest of Pakistani corporations and buyers in the area of tourism, economic system and funding in Pakistan.

To broaden this strategic quarter, the Pakistani high minister known as for tourism to emerge as a concern.

Reflecting at the importance of tourism to the Pakistani economic system, the Pakistani high Minister advised that a tourism coverage be formulated as a center element of the Pakistani authorities.

The exclusive ministries will coordinate a extensive variety of diverse guidelines and tendencies with different sectors so that Pakistan’s tourism area grows sturdy, vibrant, and responsive.

The Moroccan Ambassador seized the possibility to specific his high quality attitude in the direction of the bilateral relations between the two international locations.