Greek government makes maritime tourism a priority

The Greek Minister of Shipping and Island Policy, Ioannis Plakiotakis, expressed the will of the government and the coast guard to support maritime tourism, discussed with exhibitors and visitors and asked for their contribution to the new law regarding sea tourism in Greece.

Minister Plakiotakis said: “We are looking at a range of options that will cover both your industry and the wider maritime tourism, which is a strategic priority for the government. It is an industry that can make a significant contribution to the development of our national economy and you are right to say that the wind is blowing to our favour for our country.

“The government has already shown that it actually supports entrepreneurship in the sea tourism”.

The Bill is currently open to the public to study and make proposals.

This according to IBINews – see full article here.

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