Finland is one of the important inbound source Markets for India. In 2018, 21239 Finnish Tourists visited India.
The Finland and the India on 21st November signed a Memorandum of Understanding for strengthening cooperation in the field of Touris.
The MOU was signed by India’s Culture and Tourism Minister and Finland’s Economic Affairs and Employment Minister.
The Tourism Ministry of India said in a statement, India and Finland have enjoyed a strong diplomatic and long economic relationship. The two countries now desiring to strengthen and further develop the established relationship have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for strengthening cooperation in the field of Tourism.
The Ministry also said that the signing of Memorandum of Understanding is expected to establish the basis for a cooperative relationship to encourage and promote successful bilateral cooperation in the field of tourism, sharing data, knowledge, expertise etc. related to tourism and sharing experiences in making polices, regulation and standards in planning, implementation and development of tourism policy, encouraging development of partnerships in the context of multilateral development programs and projects of international Financial Institutions, in which both participants have common interests.
Finland is one of the important inbound source markets for India. In 2018, 21239 Finnish tourists visited India.