The President noted the importance of developing tourism infrastructure and creating the necessary conditions to attract foreign investors and launch joint projects in tourism.
Against this background, the relevance and timeliness of the round table, which was organized by the SUSTOUKA project in Almaty in late June, becomes even more evident. After all, it was dedicated to strengthening the dialogue between government agencies and the tourism business community.
The SUSTOUKA project is funded by the European Union under the SWITCH-Asia Programme and promotes green financing in Kazakhstan’s tourism sector.
The Project is implemented by: