Thu. Mar 4th, 2021

Tourism session at ICD Berlin focuses Gilgit-Baltistan

Monitoring Desk

Islamabad, March 10: Institute of Cultural Diplomacy (ICD) locate din Berlin, Germany, held a session to discuss the opportunities of leisure and tourism in Pakistan, with a particular focus on the Gilgit-Baltisan region.

The session was attended by Pakistan’s envoy, Abdul Basit, MLA Raja Azam Khan and the Chief Secretary of Gilgit-Baltistan, Sajjad Saleem Hottiana.

Traditional items like Chugha  and traditional caps from Gilgit-Baltistan were offered to the organizers of the session by the Pakistani delegation.

The Chief Secretary and MLA Azam are visiting Germany currently along with a delegation of Pakistani tour operators to attract tourists in Pakistan.

Pakistan, in general, and the Gilgit-Baltistan region, in particular, have immense tourism potential in the areas of mountaineering, cutlure, religious heritage, environment, mountain sciences and archaeological sites. However, without improving the law and order situation in Pakistan, including Gilgit-Baltistan, the efforts to attract tourists will remain futile.

2 thoughts on “Tourism session at ICD Berlin focuses Gilgit-Baltistan

  1. this event is usually organized every year but it has badly failed to attract tourists in Pakistan, we must dig out the reasons and causes of this huge spending.

  2. Shah Zaman Seb@ How they can attract tourist from just one session and representing regions by corrupt politicians not by experts. Ask Azam khan what sort of he vision he had towards tourist. Even he dont know about the Ghakuch and Ghizer valley. He spent most of his life in Karachi 9zero.

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