Aug 03, 2020 18:23 Asia/Tehran [Updated: Aug 03, 2020 21:38 Asia/Tehran]
  • Western Iran 'Tourism Route' MoU signed in presence of UNESCO rep.

Kermanshah (IP)- Western Iran "Tourism Route" Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in the presence of Secretary-General of the National Commission for UNESCO in Iran, Hojjatullah Ayoubi and the mayors of Kermanshah, Hamedan and Kurdestan provinces at Parsian Hotel in Kermanshah province.

Iran Press/Iran News: Speaking at a ceremony for signing Western Iran "Tourism Route" MoU on Monday, Hojjatullah Ayoubi said: "The fact that Kermanshah, Hamedan, and Kurdestan are along each other could help develop tourism."

Ayoubi said: "The cities of Kermanshah, Hamedan, and Kurdestan should be introduced as creative cities of Iran, and the fact that the cities of Kermanshah and Kurdistan are bordered by Iraq is a desirable capacity."

The Secretary-General of the National Commission for UNESCO in Iran noted that Kermanshah and Hamedan have been the gateways to the Silk Road and can use this capacity to attract tourists.

Ayubi highlighted: "Sanandaj has been introduced as a creative city in music. If Kermanshah is introduced as a city for food and Hamedan as a city for handicrafts, three cities will be introduced as a "creative city" for the first time, and it will attract tourists differently in a more special way.


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