Azerbaijan's joining JATA-2016 tourism exhibition in spotlight of Japanese World Investors TV

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Tokyo, September 19, AZERTAC

Japanese "World Investors TV" internet television has broadcast a special program on Azerbaijan's participation in JATA Tourizm EXPO Japan – 2016 international exhibition.

The host of the program and the exhibition organizers first hailed the importance of the exhibition and briefed the audience on the participating countries. They noted that JATA-2016, which considered one of the largest tourism exhibitions in the world, would be held on September 22-25 in Tokyo Big Sight exhibition hall, Japan.

This year's exhibition will bring together more than 700 companies from more than 170 countries from the fields of tourism, travel and leisure time organization.

The program underlined that one of the main themes of the exhibition will be dedicated to the countries in Black Sea basin. "Most of the Black Sea basin countries in many cases are still unknown destination for Japanese tourists. In this regard during the next exhibition JATA has chosen some of the Black Sea countries as the destination point. These countries include Bulgaria, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, Ukraine, as well as Azerbaijan."

Participants of the program gave information about Azerbaijan, highlighted the country's rapid development in recent years and its achievements in creating a magnificent tourism infrastructure.

“A modern and comfortable network of hotels has been established, new roads have been built in Azerbaijan which is distinguished by its natural mystery, ancient historical monuments and rich musical and culinary culture.” The program participants emphasized that one of the seminars to be held as part of the exhibition would be wholly dedicated to Azerbaijan. President of the Cross Border Club company Kazuyasu Ishida will provide an insight into Azerbaijan's tourism potential.

Vugar Aghayev

Special Correspondent

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