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Malaysia Tourism inks MoU with OTOAI to facilitate tourist movement

Malaysia Tourism took a significant stride towards fostering bilateral tourism ties with India by formalising a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Outbound Tours Operators Association of India (OTOAI).
The MOU was ceremoniously signed at the recently concluded SATTE in Greater Nodia.

The signing ceremony, graced by the OTOAI President Munshi, Vice President Shravan Bhalla, General Secretary Sidharth Khanna, and Treasurer Gurdeep Singh Gujral, marked a pivotal moment in the collaboration between Malaysia and OTOAI.

The event showcased the commitment of both entities to fortify their partnership for the mutual benefit of their respective members.

Under the terms of this MOU, Malaysia and OTOAI pledge to work collaboratively, focusing on joint activities and initiatives that promote the growth of tourism between the two nations. This strategic partnership aims to facilitate seamless travel experiences, enhancing the overall appeal of Malaysia as a preferred destination for Indian tourists.

Commenting on this, Munshi, said, “This MOU symbolises a new chapter in the relationship between Malaysia and OTOAI. We are dedicated to leveraging our collective strengths to create unparalleled opportunities for our members and contribute to the growth of tourism between our two nations.”

The MOU signing ceremony was a testament to the shared vision of Malaysia Tourism and OTOAI in promoting sustainable tourism practices and fostering a deeper cultural exchange between Malaysia and India. As both parties embark on this collaborative journey, the MoU is poised to unlock a host of benefits for their members, driving mutual growth and success.

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