Saudi Arabia is committing a US$800 billion to unlock the full potential of its tourism offering
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and the Ministry of Tourism of Saudi Arabia have announced the extension of their partnership through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Saudi Arabia is committing a US$800 billion to unlock the full potential of its tourism offering for travellers worldwide. The agreement unites private and public sectors to create a sustainable blueprint for growth.
WTTC president and CEO Julia Simpson said: “Together, we can continue to create a powerful synergy that will open doors to endless opportunities, benefiting travellers, businesses and destinations alike.”
Tourism for Saudi Arabia Vice Minister Princess Haifa bint Mohammed Al Saud added: “This collaboration highlights our commitment to fostering global business opportunities and talent development while underlining the vital role of public-private partnerships in shaping the future of Travel & Tourism.”
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