Initiative to strengthen India-Ecuador ties

India is known to be the emerging market for Ecuador. Considering the fact, The Embassy of Ecuador, in cooperation with Aska Tourism and Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd., has organised an official social gathering to promote tourism and trade between the two countries. Under the aegis of Ministry of Tourism, the event held on June 8, 2018, at the ITC Maurya Chanakypuri, New Delhi.

Every such initiative taken to strengthen the ties has been backed by Jammu and Kashmir government, which is also the state partner. To further support the idea, Tassaduq Mufti, Minister for Tourism, Jammu and Kashmir, along with Mohammad Ashraf Mir, Hon’ Minister of food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Jammu and Kashmir Government,  has marked their presence as the Guest of honour for the evening.

Speaking of the relations cultivating between the two nations – equally popular for its tourism across the world, Rajbir Singh, Md, Aska Aska Tourism and consultancy services Pvt. said, “It is a privilege for our company to promote tourism and trade between India and Ecuador. On behalf of the entire organisation, I would like to thank Dr. Patricio Graces from the embassy of Ecuador for extending support and all sort of help needed to take forward the relationship between the two countries.”

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