“Paying attention to Lorestan Agritourism is a great opportunity for development,” said the deputy minister of cultural heritage, tourism, and handicrafts.
On an important visit to Lorestan on June 26, Teymouri stated: Today, 33 projects were inaugurated in Lorestan with a total of government funds and the participation of the private sector with real funds, to develop Lorestan Agricultural tourism just like Ardabil.
Ardabil has recently been nominated to be the first Agritourism/ECO capital of the middle east.
He added: The project of Fajr Safa tourism complex located in Fajr Safa agri-industry complex of Khorramabad, under the title of Lorestan Agritourism or agricultural tourism in Lorestan, was put into operation for the first time in the country in this province.
Teymouri added: “Paying attention to the issue of Lorestan Agritourism to support the production and supply of agricultural products is one of the most important and effective projects in this lush and beautiful province. Tourists and farmers will be welcomed.
The Deputy Minister of Tourism of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts considered attention to agritourism as a great opportunity for the development of Lorestan in line with the development of experimental tourism and emphasized: The experience of agritourism by tourists in Lorestan will be an opportunity to introduce and economic growth.
He said: “We hope to use all the potentials in the field of tourism in all target areas of the country and with the development of tourism infrastructure in these diverse capacities, we will see the creation of employment and economic growth of the country through the tourism index.”
Teymouri expressed hope that with the continuation of the government’s supportive approach, the Lorestan Agritourism industry will overcome this corona crisis and, as in the past, will be the driving force and propulsion of the country’s important economic activities.