“Borders are now opening, and we invite Azerbaijanis to visit our country and the city of Kyiv. We want you to love our capital as much as the people of Kyiv do. The tourism business of our countries now has the opportunity to significantly increase flows from both sides. Because we are interested in the culture of Azerbaijan, and Azerbaijanis are interested in the culture of Ukraine. We have something to show, something to share and something to surprise. Representatives of tourist associations and the city are ready to work with the Azerbaijani tourism business, and I hope that our presentation and the signing of the action plan encourage the development of travel to Ukraine and Kyiv in particular,” she said.
Representatives of six tourist associations and hotel business presented the tourist potential of Kyiv. B2B meetings of representatives of Ukrainian associations and the tourism business of Azerbaijan were also held as part of the presentation.