South Asia nations to promote tourism by liberalizing the visa rules

April 25, 2015
South Asian countries to surge the tourism by liberalizing the visa rules

South Asian countries have all set to relax the visa rule to explore business prospects and enhance intra-regional tourism in the province, noted the concerned senior official. Department of Commerce, Joint Secretary, Arvind Mehta noted that there is a need to modify the visa regime to improve the tourism sector and proffer more business prospects. 

He even revealed about the lucrative opportunities for Cooperation in Services in South Asia. He requested all member nations to direct for the motor vehicles accord, to make easier the connectivity in the SAARC province.

Bangladesh Commerce Minister, Tofail Ahmed, who has spoken on the occasion stated that the health care sector plays an important role in maintaining the bilateral relationship between Bangladesh and India.

He further added that IT, healthcare and Tourism are the major sectors where the nations of South Asia could more collaborate and cooperate. 

State Minister for Maldives Economic Development, Abdul Latheef Mohamed stated the good cooperation from India in major sectors such as IT, healthcare and construction is quite necessary. Afghanistan Ambassador to India, Shaida Mohammad Abdali has also spoken on the similar topics in the conference. Few of the concerned representatives of South Asian provinces got impressed with the audience facilitation in the promotion of the service sector.

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