G20 tourism working group to meet in Srinagar, Kashmir from May 22-24, 2023. The meeting will be the first major international event to be held in the region since the abrogation of Article 370 in 2019. The meeting is expected to boost tourism in Kashmir and send a message of peace and progress from the region to the world.
The G20 tourism working group meeting will be held in Srinagar, Kashmir from May 22 to 24, 2023. This is the first time that Kashmir will be hosting a G20 meeting. The meeting is expected to attract a lot of attention as Kashmir has been under the shadow of Pakistan-sponsored terrorism for decades.
The meeting is being held as part of India’s G20 presidency. India is hosting the G20 summit in 2023 and is using the opportunity to showcase its progress in various areas, including tourism. Kashmir is a popular tourist destination and the Indian government hopes that the G20 meeting will help to boost tourism in the region.
The meeting will be attended by delegates from all G20 countries. The delegates will discuss various issues related to tourism, including promotion of sustainable tourism, development of tourism infrastructure, and marketing of tourism destinations.
The G20 tourism working group meeting is expected to be a major boost for Kashmir’s tourism industry. The meeting will help to raise Kashmir’s profile on the global stage and will attract more tourists to the region.
The meeting is also expected to send a message of peace and progress from Kashmir to the world. Kashmir has been a troubled region for decades, but the Indian government is committed to developing the region and making it a peaceful and prosperous place. The G20 tourism working group meeting is a step in this direction.
The meeting is being held under tight security. The Indian government has deployed thousands of security personnel in Kashmir to ensure the safety of the delegates. The government is also taking steps to prevent any terrorist attacks during the meeting.
The G20 tourism working group meeting is a major event for Kashmir. The meeting is expected to boost tourism in the region and send a message of peace and progress from Kashmir to the world.