PHD Chamber meets Thai Ambassador


Srinagar: A delegation of Executive Committee  of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry State Chapter Kashmir, headed by its Co-Chairman Mushtaq Ahmad Chaya had a meeting with  the Ambassador of Thailand Chalit Manityakul. The Meeting was attended by Executive Committee Members of PHD Chamber Mr. Zahoor Ahmad Tramboo, Mr. Amit Amla, Tariq Rashid Ghani, Naseem Mushtaq Chaya and Regional officer of PHD Chamber Iqbal Fayaz Jan.

The Ambassador expressed willingness of Tourism Trade support and exchange of Tourism new ideas and products between Thailand and Kashmir. He further added that both Thailand as well as India should take sector specific measures to enhance mutual trade that currently does not reflect the existing potential. Substantial part of the discussion was focused on the development of Tourism trade between Thailand and India, Kashmir in particular.

It was decided in this meeting that a business venture meet between the Tourism Stake holders of J&K and Thailand, will be organized by Thai embassy, PHD chamber State Chapter Kashmir, Hoteliers Club and Tourism Department of Kashmir.

The business venture will be in the form of event, conference or FAM Tour and will be focused on: developing tourism ties between Thailand and Kashmir; issues related to air travel; packages, Golfing, Winter Tourism, and Road Shows, connectivity and establishing direct flights from Thailand.

Both sides agree that Kashmir and Thai tourism players can showcase their country’s numerous attractions and tourism potentials to formulate together a unique product of Thai & Kashmir to allure more visitors worldwide and will provide good opportunity to expand Tourism ties between Thailand and Kashmir.

The meeting ended positively after the Co-Chairman and H.E the Ambassador presented each other the souvenir`s of PHD Chamber and Thai Embassy.

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