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The national stand of Uzbekistan is presented at the Indian tourism exhibition “SATTE-2024”

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On February 22, 2024, the 31st International Tourism Exhibition “SATTE Travel Expo 2024” has been started in India. The delegation of Uzbekistan presents the national stand of the country at the largest exhibition complex India Expo Mart.

The Uzbek delegation includes representatives of the Tourism Committee under the Ministry of Ecology, Environmental Protection and Climate Change of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the State Unitary Enterprise “National PR Center”, as well as local tour agencies of Uzbekistan, such as “Blessed Travel”, “UZINTA” (Uzbek- India Tourism Association), “Enjoy Travel”, “Team and Co”.

This year the exhibition is attended by more than 1,200 exhibitors from 50 countries. During the event, seminars and round tables will be held on current tourism issues.

Also, at the exhibition, leading international tour agencies will present their best offers of popular destinations, share experiences and discuss tourism development strategies in various sectors and segments.

During the exhibition, business meetings is going to be held by representatives of our delegation in the B2B format with major tour agencies and organizations in India and other countries allow us to establish direct contacts between the business community of Uzbekistan and foreign partners.

Within three days, from February 22 to February 24, members of our delegation will present new travel products, as well as organize negotiations to attract partners of countries and large organizations to participate in the largest tourism event in Central Asia – “the Tashkent International Tourism Fair TITF-2024”, which will be held in November this year in Tashkent.

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SATTE is South Asia's largest travel and tourism exhibition held annually in Mumbai and Delhi. SATTE offers a comprehensive platform for domestic and international buyers and professionals from the travel, tourism and hospitality industries, as well as national and state tourism boards.

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