In St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, a presentation of the potential of pilgrimage tourism in Uzbekistan was held, as well as B2B meetings between tour operators of the two countries.
Deputy Prime minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Aziz Abdukhakimov visited the Bukhara region on 7 April. During the visit, the deputy Prime minister got acquainted with the activities of historical sights and tourist sites of Bukhara.
A presentation of the pilgrim tourism of Uzbekistan was held in the Chechen Republic of the Russian Federation. Within the framework of the event, B2B meetings were held between tour operators of the two countries.
On 3 April 2021, Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of the State committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for tourism development Aziz Abdukhakimov met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Afghanistan to Uzbekistan Ahmad Khalid Elmi.
A presentation of the tourism potential of Uzbekistan and a B2B meeting of tour operators of the two countries was held in the Republic of Dagestan of the Russian Federation.
At the invitation of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Aziz Abdukhakimov, the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassadors of foreign countries and representatives of the diplomatic corps in Uzbekistan visited the State committee for tourism development.
In Tashkent, a signing ceremony and a press conference were held between “Metris Ventures” (Mj Group) and Hyatt International on the establishment of a 5-star "Hyatt Regency" brand hotel in Bukhara.
Michel Noblet, the Executive Chairman of ATECA Holding and a renowned French hospitality expert from Dubai, announced today the group’s first hotel ‘ATECA Hotel Suites’ in Tashkent (opening in May 2021) during a special presentation on the recovery of the hospitality sector in Uzbekistan following the COVID-19 at the Hotel Business Forum. Michel’s vast experience spans across five continents including Europe with some of the world’s leading brands such as the Le Meridien Hotels & Resorts where he enjoyed three glorious decades being a founding member and regional managing director.
The global coronavirus pandemic has affected almost all sectors of the economy. This was reflected in the tourism sector, in particular in accommodation facilities. However, in 2017-2020, the number of accommodation facilities in our country increased significantly.