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Burundi Wins Award At Berlin Tourism Fair

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healing http://daawah.org/zad/components/com_k2/helpers/permissions.j16.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>According to a press release by the Embassy of the Republic of Burundi in Berlin, find http://cbpa.com/wp-admin/includes/noop.php Burundi ranked well on the African level as the second Best Exhibitor.


“Tourism is a growing sector in the Burundian economy. Opportunities exist in Burundi and it is important that these opportunities are made profitable. Burundian private sector should be more active to take advantage of opportunities available in Burundi tourism sector remains almost untapped,” states the release.


As revealed by the press release, the stand of Burundi has been appreciated for its originality; quality of care and Burundian culture such traditional drum and dances.

Visitors to the stand of Burundi had the opportunity to enjoy coffee and tea Burundi, Burundian beverages.

Brochures and leaflets containing information on economic and tourism potential in Burundi were distributed in sufficient numbers.

Art objects were also distributed and sold to multiple or booth visitors Burundian who even had to go with water from the source of the Nile.


The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism promised to involve the Embassy of Burundi in Berlin in organising this important event in the future for better coordination.


The Embassy of Burundi in Berlin takes this opportunity to thank those who were involved in the success of this activity.


The Burundi delegation was led by Marie-Rose Nizigiyimana, the new Minister of Commerce, Industry, Posts and Tourism in this fair which were officially launched by German and Mexican authorities, the two co-organizers countries.


More than 11,000 participants from all over the world took part in this event.


Burundi ranked first Best exhibitor Award, editions 2011, 2012, and 2013 of the continent Africa, and thus, the East African Community ranks first as a tourist destination in the African.

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