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Israel's IMTM expo pushed to October
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Despite statements by Israel's Ministry of Tourism on the opening of inbound tourism, the International Mediterranean Tourism Market 2021 (IMTM) will be pushed from June to October as most exhibitors from around the world are not allowed to enter Israel.
Eyal Shmueli, one of the initiators of the exhibition, said: "The State of Israel has partially and limitedly opened its gates to inbound tourism, while most of the countries participating in the fair do not meet the conditions of the Ministry of Health. Out of 50 countries that were supposed to attend the IMTM International Tourism Exhibition, only a few will be able to enter, so we are forced to postpone the exhibition until the end of October. The virtual exhibition currently taking place will continue until October 17."
The IMTM has been moved from June 15-16 to October 26-27. Towards this date, it is expected that the number of vaccinated abroad will be significantly higher and it will open up the possibility of bringing a significant number of visitors, tourists and exhibitors to Israel.
Furthermore, the virtual exhibition will still be active until October 17.
The exhibition is organised by Artra Ltd. and Israel Travel News, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and sponsored by the Israel Hotels Association, the Chamber of Inbound Tourism Organizers, the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Tourism Association, and the Israel Travel Agents Association. The exhibition is intended for all those involved in the various tourism industries - domestic tourism, inbound tourism as well as countries and tourism factors from abroad. - TradeArabia News Service

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