Nijhawan to up Uzbek numbers
Uzbekistan is set to create a splash in the Indian tourism market by simplifying its visa regime and offering a five-day free-visa transit. It has appointed Nijhawan as advisor for tourism of Embassy of Uzbekistan.
T initiatives to attract Indian travellers to its shore as India remains a high potential mar Group has therefore, been appointed as the advisor for tourism promotion of Embassy the announcement is Farhod
Arziev, Ambassador of the Re in India. With a focus on increasing the number of tourists this sphere.” Ankush Nijhawan, Manag-
With this partnership, we are confident to unravel the full potential of India’s growth story. With the Indian outbound at a record high, we are confident of strong numbers coming in from the region Ankush Nijhawan added, “We aim to generate boosting the country’s tourist ar With the Indian outbound at a strong numbers coming in from the region.” Arziev added that the proximity of the destination and frequen- destination for Indians. “There is a great scope to expand the common history, culture and traditions. As a destination, unique products for Indian travellers, be it for heritage tourism, family tourism, adventure or MiCE.” Arziev also explained that the process for Indians. “From included Indians into the list launch the e-visas system starting from July 15, 2018 for the citizens of 101 countries including India. The consular fee for processing and issuing an e-visa is $20. The visa relaxations are expected to further boost people-to-people and India by enhancing convenience for Indian tourists, repeat visitors. We also plan to for transit passengers from India soon.” - ness about the destination - organise Fam tours of both trade and media to the des about the tourism potential of