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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-03-05

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  • [01] Greece at ITB

  • [01] Greece at ITB

    Berlin (ANA-MPA/P. Stangos) -- The theme of Greece's participation in this year's ITB international tourism exhibition in Berlin is "Greece: The true experience", and the Greek pavillion will be inaugurated on Wednesday by tourism development minister Aris Spiliotopoulos, who arrived in the German capital on Tuesday.

    Spiliotopoulos will have meetings with various tourism bodies, as well as with German economics and technology minister Michael Glos who, as the political "host" of the ITB will visit the Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) pavillion during his traditional tour of the exhibition areas.

    The Greek minister is also scheduled to meet with Berlin Governing Mayor Klaus Wowereit on Wednesday evening at the City Hall.

    This year's 42nd ITB, which opens on Wednesday and runs through Sunday, has broken every previous record in participations, which number 11.147 exhibitors from 186 countries and peripheries, according to official figures, thus preserving the ITB's clout as the leading travel trade sector event worldwide, encompassing the entire range of the travel business, including destinations, tour operators, booking systems, carriers, hotels and other suppliers.

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