Hoa Binh Tourism joint Stock Company in Hoa Binh province and Mongolia’s Unique Travel Company have signed a cooperation agreement on tourism development. Permanent Vice Chairwoman of the provincial People's Council Nguyen Thi Cam Phuong, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Nguyen Van Toan and representatives from the Mongolian Embassy in Vietnam attended the signing ceremony in Hanoi.


 Provincial leaders and delegates witness the signing of the agreement on tourism development cooperation between the two companies.

The agreement was signed by Chairman of the Hoa Binh Tourism joint Stock Company Vu Duy Bong and Director of the Unique Travel Company Ariungerel Vaanching.

The two companies' cooperation is under the framework of the cooperation programme between Hoa Binh province and Mongolia’s Tuv province in the field of tourism - hotel - travel and several industries of mutual interest.

Under the agreement, the Hoa Binh Tourism joint Stock Company will provide tours for Mongolian tourists to learn about historical, cultural, and heritage sites, and visit landscapes in major provinces and cities in Vietnam. It will also offer them with tours to explore destinations and cultures of Muong, Tay, Dao, and Thai ethnic minority groups in the northwestern region.


Meanwhile, the Unique Travel Company will provide tourism products for tourists who are clients of the Hoa Binh Tourism Investment joint Stock Company during their tours to Mongolia.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Nguyen Van Toan emphasised the cooperation between the two companies realised the cooperation programme between Hoa Binh province and Tuv province and it is in line with the province’s tourism development policy that aims to turn tourism into a key economic sector.

Hoa Binh is focusing on planning, investing in infrastructure, attracting investment to develop tourism and promote tourism linkages, new products and expanding tourism markets, he said.

Toan added that the province committed to accompany and create favourable conditions for the two companies to implement the cooperation agreement.

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