Srinagar: Delegates from G20 countries on Monday arrived at Srinagar Airport to attend the highly anticipated Tourism Working Group meeting.
The delegates, representing various nations were received by local dignitaries and government officials, who extended warm greetings and hospitality.
The delegates after arriving at Srinagar international airport straightly drove to SKICC where the discussion and deliberations on the five key priority areas namely Green Tourism, Digitalization, Skills, MSMEs and Destination Management.
The highest number of delegates are visiting from Singapore.
The atmosphere at Srinagar Airport was electric as traditional Kashmiri music and dance performances provided a vibrant backdrop to the festivities.
Srinagar is all set to host the third G20 Tourism Working Group meeting on Monday, all preparation has been put in place and security has been kept on high alert as this is the first major international event after Jammu and Kashmir’s special status was scrapped in 2019.
All of the roadways that participants will use to travel to the meeting at the Sher-e-Kashmir International Convention Centre (SKICC) will be patrolled by security personnel from the Jammu and Kashmir Police and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). The gathering is anticipated to draw at least 60 delegates.