20 C
August 13, 2022

First eight ambassadors of Romanian tourism

The first eight tourism ambassadors of Romania on Monday, August 19, signed the agreement dubbed Travel Romania, wanting to get more involved in promoting the image of the country inside and outside its borders, Agerpres informs.
Grigore Lese, Elisabeta Lipa, Ilie Nastase, Ivan Patzaichin, Stefan Popa Popas, Iolanda Balas Soter, Gabriela Szabo and Gheorghe Zamfir received their ambassador passports after hiring to ‘transpose the capital into image’, contributing thus to the development of Romanian tourism, as part of the programme ‘Romania promoted through values’.
‘They are the most beautiful ambassadors of Romania. They said ‘yes’ the very first time I asked them and I feel honored. There was no need to try to convince them to do it, for they agreed immediately. We all need to understand that the human resource of true values needs to be appreciated and honored. This will be the first stage of the programme ‘Romania promoted through values’, which is a new programme to bring numerous advantages to the country. I want to thank them for doing voluntarily what they do’, said the Minister Delegate for SMEs, the Business Environment and Tourism, Maria Grapini.
What the eight ambassadors wanted in exchange from the authorities was ‘sincerity’, ‘funds for promoting Romania’s image’ and ‘the recognition of elites’. Each of the eight personalities chosen is going to promote a different segment of tourism. Thus, Grigore Lese became an ambassador for rural Romania, Elisabeta Lipa for the spa tourism, Ivan Patzaichin is going to promote ecotourism, Gabriela Szbao the adventure tourism, Stefan Popa Popas will promote cultural tourism, Ilie Natase will promote city breaks, Gheorghe Zamfir the historic circuits and Iolanda Balas Soter is going to promote the mountain tourism.

Related posts

In the wake of Japan nuclear crisis, electricity price rises across Europe


IMF insists on depriving workers of wage raises

Nine O' Clock

Coface Study: Insolvencies in Romania increased in the first semester of 2021 by 23% compared to the same period last year