HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Seif Ahmed al-Sulaiti visited Qatar’s pavilion at the Seatrade Cruise Med exhibition, which opened in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon on Wednesday.
The minister was accompanied by Qatar’s ambassador to Portugal Saad bin Ali al-Mohannadi.
Al-Sulaiti and his accompanying delegation were briefed on the Qatari pavilion, its displays, and the importance of the exhibition where the Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) and Qatar Ports Management Company (Mwani Qatar) participated. He hailed the efforts of those in charge of the pavilion.
Seatrade Cruise Med brings together buyers and sellers for two days and attracted more than 26,000 pre-registered guests, more than 160 exhibitors from 60 countries, and over 30 companies working in cruise tourism that put their ideas, products and services on display.
Seatrade Cruise Med coincides with cruise tourism season in numerous areas in the Middle East, including in the Arabian Gulf countries. This season is poised to be the largest ever in Qatar as the number of visitors via cruise ships coming to Qatar are expected to exceed 140,000.
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