Perdios: Systematic Work Is Being Carried Out For The Promotion Of The Tourism Product
In a difficult period, the Deputy Ministry of Tourism is intensifying its efforts to promote the tourism product, through the National Strategy’s medium-term action plan 2023-2025, Deputy Minister Savvas Perdios said on Tuesday, expressing satisfaction with the revenues recorded from tourism for 2022.
In his address at the annual General Assembly of the Cyprus Hotel Managers Association (CYHMA), held in Limassol, Perdios said that according to official statistics, revenues have reached almost 90% compared to 2019, noting it was an achievement that leaves everyone satisfied considering the ongoing war in Ukraine that started 11 months ago.
He said, among other things, that, focus will be placed on the promotion of remote areas such as Polis Chrysochous and Tylliria. Perdios also noted that, the pillars of the action plan include issues of accessibility and the environment for which “the Deputy Ministry is preparing specific programmes to improve the services provided but also to highlight that, yes, Cyprus has the necessary infrastructure to be an accessible tourist destination, but it also has the products to be able to emerge as a climate-beneficial destination.”