Launching of the 'Nergz' tourism forum in Sulaymaniyah


12/2/2019 15:23:00
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In the city of Sulaymaniyah, the first 'Nergz' tourism forum was launched in the city under the supervision of the Directorate of Public Tourism in the province.

 

The directorate said in a statement obtained by PUKmedia on Tuesday that, as part of the opening of the first tourism event, the Directorate has launched a campaign to plant 300 plants on the main street of the Sarchinar area, welcoming the coming of spring and increasing green areas in the region.

 

The statement added that, the Directorate aims to plant more trees in the city in order to increase the green areas and spots in Sulaymaniyah, especially the Sarchinar area as a step to activate tourism in the tourist resort of Sarchinar.

 

 

 

 

PUKmedia


 

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