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New Minister of Tourism ready to resolve constraints and welcome tourists on a large scale

Márcio Daniel, the new Minister of Tourism, said that a “diagnosis of the sector” will be carried out in order to understand what are “the major constraints that prevent the maximization and arrival, on a large scale, of tourists” to the country.

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"We are very focused on trying to comply with the very precise work instructions given by the President of the Republic on the occasion of our taking possession, which is to carry out a diagnosis of the sector to understand what are the major constraints that prevent the maximization and the arrival, on a large scale, of tourists to our country and also the promotion of domestic tourism", informed Márcio Daniel, in statements within the scope of the handover ceremony.

According to the government official, this will be the focus, in order to be able to present appropriate solutions to the challenges: "This is what we are going to focus on now, so that we can then also present solutions that are up to the constraints that are detected", he pointed out, quoted by National Radio of Angola (RNA).

According to the minister, the sectors between Culture, Tourism and Environment were united, but "the specificity of each one recommended that there be an autonomous vision for tourism essentially based on an activity of an essentially economic nature".

"It is an economic sector that has to be set up in its entirety, looking at the main constraints that may exist", as well as listening to the main tourism operators in different areas, he pointed out, cited by RNA.

Filipe Zau, who now assumes the Culture portfolio, also spoke about the separation of sectors. According to the minister, there was a need to separate the sectors, although he recognized that they complement each other in several aspects.

"In their similarities, there is cultural tourism and environmental tourism, and, regarding the operationality of the activities, there is a national plan for each sector, which will be developed and put into practice", he pointed out, quoted by Jornal de Angola.

Regarding the cultural sector, the official said that they have "been working to improve the quality of the artist and the employability of that same artist, but also cultural heritage", just as they have "museums to develop", as they are places that tourists want to visit.


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