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Syrian minister discusses possibility of holding rally

April 19- The Syrian Minister of Tourism Saadalla Agha al-Qalaa discussed with President of the Federation International de l'Automobile Jean Todt means to hold an international rally in Syria and other neighbouring countries.
The minister emphasized the need for sport tourism in a bid to increase visitors to Syria. He said that Syria is willing to provide all facilities for the rally, adding that various kinds of sport tourism will be launched in Lattakia on Monday.
Meanwhile, Todt indicated to the development of the Syrian tourist product, underlining the importance of the rally in shedding light on the tourist product and developing it.
 

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