Uzbekistan mulls halal tourism partnership with West Nusa Tenggara

The Jakarta Post | June 26, 2019

Uzbekistan mulls halal tourism partnership with West Nusa Tenggara
Charmed by West Nusa Tenggaras (NTB) halal tourism concept, the Uzbekistan government has considered a partnership in the tourist sector with the province.Several delegates from the Uzbekistani Tourism Ministry, along with Uzbekistani Deputy Ambassador to Indonesia Muzaffar S. Abdulazimov, joined NTB Deputy Governor Sitti Rohmi Djalilah in a meeting in Mataram on Monday to discuss a possible partnership in halal tourism.During the meeting, Abdulazimov said the Uzbekistani government had been interested in implementing a similar concept in the former Soviet republic, especially in the Bukhara region, which he claimed to be culturally similar to the NTB.

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