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Kyrgyz Republic signs on Salvia Promoters; opens India office for tourism promotion

Salvia Promoters Pvt Ltd and the Tourism Development Support Fund of Kyrgyz Republic organised Kyrgyz Republic Roadshows in India in New Delhi and Mumbai.

In another major development in Central Asian nation Kyrgyzstan, officially known as Kyrgyz Republic, The Department of Tourism of the Kyrgyz Republic has signed an agreement with Salvia Promoters Pvt Ltd and opened its office in India for the promotion of Tourism.

Commenting on the latest development, His Excellency Ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic in India, Asein Isaev said, “Kyrgyzstan and India have shared history, culture and friendship spanning over a thousand years. Promotion of Tourism would facilitate more and more Indian travellers to visit our beautiful country and further strengthen our people-to-people relations that is centuries old.”

The roadshow witnessed presentations from all three Delegates from the Tourism Development Support Fund of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Elena Kalashnikova, President, Tourism Development Support Fund of the Kyrgyz Republic, said, “I am sure this is the starting point for us to develop friendships between the Kyrgyz and Indian nations that will withstand a long time. And tourism is a gate for the win-win collaboration and multiple effects on sustainable development of other many sectors of economy. You are cordially welcome to visit us and share our values of being happy”.

Speaking on the occasion, Prashant Chaudhary, Managing Director, Salvia Promoters Pvt Ltd said, “Kyrgyzstan has untapped potential and provides to be a fantastic short- haul destination in the Indian market.

“Our motive behind organising these Roadshows is to reach the Indian travel fraternity and through media reach travellers and make them more and more aware of the vast potential this destination has to offer with its culture, nature, silk route history, most importantly its hassle-free seven-day visa processing time and direct two and a hal-hour flight duration from New Delhi. We have been promoting tourism to Kyrgyzstan in India for decades and with support of our new partnership, we plan to double the number of travellers to Kyrgyzstan by next year. “

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