The Ministry of Tourism, Environment & Climate Change of the Government of Sindh is celebrating World Tourism Day at the illustrious Mohatta Palace, emphasizing the theme of "Tourism and Green Investment."
Distinguished business leaders, politicians, and prominent figures spanning various sectors have gathered to mark this occasion.
Despite the formidable challenges posed by the devastating 2022 floods, which severely disrupted connectivity and road access to numerous tourist destinations across Sindh.
The Minister for Tourism, Environment and Climate Change, Arshad Wali Muhammad, remains steadfast in his commitment to revitalizing these sites.
His mission is to enhance accessibility and bolster Sindh's standing in the global tourism sector.
Initiated by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in 1980, World Tourism Day is an annual global celebration, and Pakistan joins in the festivities with a special focus on promoting tourism.
This event underscores the Ministry of Tourism's dedication to engaging both local and foreign investors to create awareness among the public.
Additionally, it aims to foster public-private partnerships (PPP) geared toward the advancement of tourism within the province.
As Sindh charts its course to a greener and more accessible tourism landscape, the government's commitment to sustainable development and international engagement shines brightly on this World Tourism Day.