“Turkey will reach 45 million tourists”

President of TURSAB, Firuz Bağlıkaya said: “When we look at the data on the number of tourists who come to Turkey in the course of 8 months, we get a percentage of 14, whereas in August there is an increase of 17 percent.”

President of TÜRSAB Firuz Bağlıkaya said; “When we look at the data on the number of tourists who come to Turkey in the course of 8 months, we get a percentage of 14, while in August there is an increase of 17 percent. Turkey would then break a new record if it succeeds in reaching these figures.”

President of TÜRSAB, Firuz Bağlıkaya

In a statement with a correspondent of the Anadolu agency, Bağlıkaya explained: “The importance of the Black Sea region with its highlands and natural beauties goes beyond domestic tourism as it begins to play an important part of foreign tourism. Stressing that the role the nature of the Black Sea, its oxygen reserves and its cultural assets play in tourism is growing day by day. He expressed himself noted “Compared to the Mediterranean and Aegean regions, we cannot say that it hosts enough tourists, but TURSAB is working to increase the number of tourists.”
While drawing attention to the fact that the number of tourists in Turkey has increased compared to last year Bağlıkaya, continued and said: ”When we look at the data on the number of tourists who come to Turkey in the race of 8 months, we get a percentage of 14, while there is an increase of 17 percent. Turkey would then break a new record if it succeeds in reaching these figures. We also expect to break records in the coming year and the number of tourists will increase. As long as peace and trust reign in our country, these numbers will increase every day.“
Emphasizing the fact that TÜRSAB is working for the promotion of Turkey Bağlıkaya said, “We will bring the travel agency to the international fair, we will occupy big stands in this fair. We will bring the representatives of foreign missions and Ambassadors serving in Turkey in different places. In other words, our union is more engaged than ever in tourism and does not deal with any other activity.” Noting that differentiations such as “Arab, Russian” tourists should not be used Bağlıkaya, said:
“We welcome various tourists for each region of our country. Tourists from some countries prefer the sea and sand, while others are more interested in hot springs and nature tourism. Some come for health tourism, others for golf. We have the place that suits everyone. It makes us happy that any tourist public comes a little more. Last year, the number of British tourists has seen an unusual increase. It does not bother anyone, but people ask, “is Arab tourists number growing? May The number of Arab tourists increase, It is a very good thing. I wish more tourists could come to our country.”

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