Goa Government Proposes to Strengthen Tourism ties with China

Minister for Tourism, Govt. of Goa, Mr. Manohar Azgaonkar today proposed furthering tourism ties with China during an interaction with Mr. Zhu Chen, Mayor of Lishui, Zhejiang Province, Eastern China and his delegation at the Paryatan Bhavan on Wednesday evening.

The ten member delegation led by Mr. Zhu Chen is in Goa as part of their four day official visit to India.

Lishui, a beautiful tourism hub  in Eastern China (Zhejiang province) is a haunt for Indian tourists,  and Minister for Tourism, Goa, Mr. Azgaonkar and and Mr. Zhu Chen,  Mayor of Lishui today  expressed eagerness to boost tourism ties between  the two regions. 

During the interaction today, short documentary films on Lishui and Goa were presented to both sides.

The Director, Department of Tourism, Govt. of Goa, officials of Department of Tourism and Goa Tourism Development Corporation were also present.

Mr. Zhu Chen said that he was overwhelmed by the warmth and hospitality extended to them by Goa Tourism.  He described Goa as a well developed State and was mesmerized by the natural beauty Goa had to offer in addition to other aspects. 

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