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17 August 2016 | 16:21
Two tourism associations on both banks of River Nistru have established a partnership
National Receiver Tourism Association of Moldova in partnership with the Regional Development Agency of Transnistria have established a partnership to improve the tourism offer.
Tourism associations will collaborate on a project which will be implemented between July 2016 - November 2017, time when owners and managers of rural guesthouses, hotels, travel agencies, wineries, craft centers, museums, and guides will participate in joint trainings. Activities that will take place both on the right and left banks of the River Nistru include training workshops, development of tourist routes to attractions on both sides and their promotion in international exhibitions.

It will also be created a Tourist Information Centre in Chisinau, which will serve as a platform to promote business in this realm.

The Project "Strengthening tourist business relations on both banks of the River Nistru by developing sustainable partnerships" is conducted under the European project of confidence building between the people on both sides of the river, implemented by the UNDP.
Redactor: Iulia Dubceac
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