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BTL - Bolsa de Turismo de Lisboa exhibition attracts more than 60,000 visitors from all over Portugal every year.

BTL - Bolsa de Turismo de Lisboa exhibition attracts more than 60,000 visitors from all over Portugal every year. With a great support of APAVT - Associação Portuguesa das Agências de Viagens e Turismo Association of incoming touroperators of Ukraine was represented for the first time at this largest regional trade fair and presented the #VisitUkraineAfterTheVictory campaign. Slogan of the booth resonated with many visitors, who came up to our representative Olena Kazmina to express their support and confirm their intention to visit Ukraine as soon as it is safe to do so.

 

The visit of the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa to the Ukrainian booth was significant, as it once again demonstrated the comprehensive support for Ukraine. And, in particular, the importance of tourism as an industry that will contribute to the country's recovery after the Victory, following the example of filling the budget and developing Portugal's infrastructure through tourism revenues. MEP Cláudia Monteiro de Aguiar stressed the need for Ukraine to be part of the common European space and how important our country is to Europe while visiting our booth at BTL exhibition.

 

We are very much grateful for this great opportunity to represent Ukraine at the BTL exhibition and the comprehensive long-term support of APAVT

Association. 


We would like to thank the Embassy of Ukraine in Portugal @Embaixada da Ucrania na Republica Portuguesa for its constant hard work in developing tourism and promoting Ukraine as a tourist destination.


We would also like to thank State Agency for Tourism Development of Ukraine and tourism departments of Chernihiv, IvanoFrankivsk, Vinnytsia, Zakarpattia city and region administrations for the bright and diverse printed materials about different regions of Ukraine

 

We appreciate whole team of Board of AITO Ukraine for working on this project



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