Reddy Discusses Challenges Faced By Tourism Stakeholders In South India

Two days conference of Tourism and Culture Ministers of the Southern Regions concludes in Bengaluru

Bangalore:- Union Minister of Tourism, Culture & DoNER G. Kishan Reddy interacted with the officials of Ministry of Tourism of Culture of Southern zone on the second day of conference of Tourism and Culture Ministers of the Southern Region in Bengaluru, Karnataka.

The conference was inaugurated on October 28,2021 by G. Kishan Reddy.

On the second day, Reddy discussed various challenges faced by the sector & measures to boost tourism while promoting the culture of each state in the region.

“Presentations were made by various Ministries including to apprise the participants about the various projects and initiatives being taken by the Central Government for the development of the region,” the Tourism Ministry said in a Statement.

M. Srinivas Rao, Minister of Tourism, Telugu Language and Culture, Government of Andhra Pradesh spoke on the tourism opportunities in the State.

Gyan Bhushan, Economic Advisor, Ministry of Tourism spoke on Capacity Building Programmes and Human Resource Development Projects in Southern Region.

During the sessions, discussion on Heritage & Cultural Tourism initiatives, Skill development, potentiality of Cruise Tourism in the Southern Region etc. were held, the statement reads.

“The Ministry of Tourism has concentrated on the issues of Skill development in the tourism sector, creating a pool of well trained and professional Tourist Facilitators is essential for providing world class services to the tourists, promotion and marketing for creating awareness about the destination in the domestic and international markets,” it further added.

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