The closing session of a Seminar on Tourism was addressed on Saturday (19th December) by the Tunisian Foreign Minister Mohammed Masmoudi.
GV Exterior conference hall.
SV Interior hall, SV and CU Mr. Masmoudi speaking. ( 4 shots)
SV Interior exhibition.
CU Exhibits ( 2 shots )
SV Mr. Boularis touring exhibition and meeting delegates. (3 shots)
SV exhibit of handicrafts.
SV Ministers and delegates looking at exhibits (3 shots)
SV Carvings on Ivory Coast stand ( 3 shots)
SV Girl viewing tourism exhibits. (2 shots)
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Background: The closing session of a Seminar on Tourism was addressed on Saturday (19th December) by the Tunisian Foreign Minister Mohammed Masmoudi.
M. Masmoudi told representatives that Tunisia would be constant in its support for the Agency's mission which aimed at making traditional civilisations and the modern world complement each other.
The tourism seminar was held in conjunction with another on traditional handicrafts. Both were organised by the International Agency for Cultural and Technical Co-operation, and were held at the tourist resort of Monastir 180 kilometres (110 miles) south of Tunis.
Officials, delegates and guests toured the Seminars' pavilion of exhibits. The seminar brought together representatives of Belgium, Cameroon, Canada, Ivory Coast, France, Gabon, Haiti, Upper Volta, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Monaco, Niger, Senegal, Chad, Togo, Tunisia, and South Vietnam.....all wholly or partly French-speaking countries.