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Turkey at Tanzania

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Turkish travel writer and FTNnews editor Suat Tore and Turkish Travel Photographer Halil Tuncer visited Tanzania Natural Resources and Tourism Minister Honorary Khamis Suedi Kagasheki at his office in Dar es Salaam.

Tanzania Tourism Minister will open Turkey Photos exhibition in National Museum. About 20 different photos from Turkey will be exhibited in Tanzania National Museum in Da es Salaam. After the exhibition, photos will be kept by Turkish Ambassador for decoration at Turkish Embassy halls and guests of Ambassador will have to chance to see and know Turkey by those photos.

Halil Tuncer presented some of his Turkey photos to Minister of Tanzania and Turkey Ambassador Mr. Ali Davutoglu during his visit. Suat Tore also had a chance to talk with Tanzania tourism minister about Tanzania and tourism relations between Tanzania and Turkey. You will find this video interview in next days.

Tanzania Tourism Board organized 12 days fam trip for Turkish journalists. We had great experience about Tanzania’s tourism products such as Game parks and destinations.
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