Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Foreign Relations Department, which participated in the Moscow International Tourism Fair (MITT), one of the largest and most important tourism fairs of the world, introduced the tourism values of Bursa, especially thermal resources, to tourism professionals in the Russian market.
Listed among the world's prestigious tourism fairs, MITT opened its doors to visitors for the 27th time. turizmci many Turks who attended the fair, taking place at the Crocus Expo in Moscow, the capital was introduced in Turkey from Russia is Turkey's most important markets. Within the scope of Bursa Metropolitan Municipality's search for a new market in tourism, Foreign Relations Department also took its place in the fair and explained the values of Bursa to the Russian sector representatives. Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Foreign Relations Department Head Abdülkerim Baştürk, Tourism and Promotion Branch Manager Ercüment Yılmaz and Bursa Culture Tourism and Promotion Union Coordinator Anıl Bayık gave information about the health tourism potential of Bursa to the visitors who came to the Bursa stand. Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism Rare Mehmet Alpaslan and Turkey's Ambassador to Moscow Sams also visited the Bursa stands, received information about Bursa's tourism value. Head of Foreign Relations Department Abdülkerim Baştürk gave Iznik Tile as a gift to Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism Nadir Alpaslan for his contribution to Bursa during the fair.
Visit to the Ambassador
Meanwhile, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey Mehmet Sams Moscow, Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Head of the Department of Foreign Affairs Abdulkarim Baştürk and the accompanying delegation were hosted in his office. In the meeting held, evaluations were made about the potential Bursa has for Russian tourists, the connections that can be established with the Russian tourism representatives and the promotion of Bursa in Russia. After the meeting, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey Mehmet Samsara Green Tomb miniature Moscow was a gift.