Sri Lankan President and PM to Promote Tourism at TAAI Convention in Colombo


The President of Sri Lanka, Ranil Wickremesinghe, and the Prime Minister, Dinesh Gunawardena, will attend the 67th convention of the Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) in Colombo from July 6-9. The two dignitaries will be the chief guests at the opening ceremony of the convention, and they will also deliver keynote addresses.

The TAAI convention is one of the largest travel and tourism events in India, and it is expected to attract over 500 delegates from India and Sri Lanka. The convention will provide a platform for travel agents, tour operators, and other tourism stakeholders to network, share ideas, and learn about the latest trends in the travel industry.

The visit of the Sri Lankan President and PM to the TAAI convention is a sign of their commitment to promoting tourism in Sri Lanka. The country is currently facing a severe economic crisis, and tourism is one of the sectors that is most affected. The government hopes that the convention will help to boost tourism in Sri Lanka and attract more visitors to the country.

“We are delighted to welcome the President of Sri Lanka and the Prime Minister to the TAAI convention,” said Jyoti Mayal, president of the TAAI. “Their presence will be a great boost for the tourism industry in Sri Lanka, and it will help to attract more visitors to the country.”

  • The TAAI convention will be held at the Cinnamon Grand Hotel in Colombo.
  • The convention will feature a variety of speakers, including travel industry experts, government officials, and tourism entrepreneurs.
  • The convention will also include a number of networking events, workshops, and tours.
  • The Sri Lankan President and PM are expected to deliver keynote addresses at the opening ceremony of the convention.
  • The government of Sri Lanka is hoping that the convention will help to boost tourism in the country by attracting more visitors from India and other countries.


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