Dubai officials are working on a plan to revitalise the tourism sector in the post COVID-19 phase.
Dubai , Dubai
28 July 2020, 12:00 AM
08 August 2020, 12:00 AM
Dubai government is working on a plan to rejuvenate the tourism sector in the post COVID-19 phase.
Major General Mohammed Ahmed Al Marri, Director General of Dubai General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA), meets tourism companies to discuss tourist visa mechanism.
According to a Dubai Media Office press release on Saturday, the meeting was also attended by Major General Obaid Muhair bin Suroor, Deputy Director General of GDRFA Dubai, Colonel Dr Omar Al Shamsi, Assistant Director General for Entry and Residence Permits Sector, and other officials.
“Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing and tourism companies are major partners of the GDRFA in the effort to realise Dubai’s vision to become the world’s leading tourism destination and commercial hub,” Al Marri said.
He said the tourism sector would emerge stronger from the crisis with the removal of air travel restrictions and the resumption of all vital sectors in the country. Following the resumption of air travel, international tourism flows have been increasing, he noted.