Tourism is a strategic policy for Turkey
Friday 16, July 2010
“We want to transform to a global brand. A mass tourism destination. A seaside tourism country. We aim to satisfy our quests so perfectly as to motivate them to tell all the best about us.” - Turkey Tourism Minister Günay
“Upgrading the brand value of tourism is a social mission. I am delighted by the common studies with youngs and univertisies. We are a tourism country. Turkey is one of the rare countries who increased the number of the arrivals last year. The fact is not only the arrivals, visitors must leave the country in a satisfied mood. We are sensitive about the promotion of our historical wealth. The world must realise us as a country with a long historical background facing the future.” said Minister Günay.
“We want to transform to a global brand. A mass tourism destination. A seaside tourism country. We aim to satisfy our quests so perfectly as to motivate them to tell all the best about us.”
“I am a proud witness of the industry’s amazing efforts. We are aware of your unmeasurable contribution. The achievement completely rises upon your devoted fight against competition.”
“Tourism is a major concern for the Nation for our future. The policy is a government strategy rather than a narrow ministerial program. It is actually not a simple economic growth way, but a global tool for peace, human development and social trainer. Global peace comes along quided by tourism.”
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