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The foreign delegates made purchases at the Crafts Bazaar in Srinagar.
Today is the third and last day of the G20 Tourism Working Group meeting in Srinagar. G20 delegates shopped at the Craft Market during the third meeting of the Tourism Working Group. During the second day’s meeting, Jammu and Kashmir’s LG Manoj Sinha said that Jammu and Kashmir will soon make it to the top 50 tourist places in the world.
5 countries did not participate
China, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Indonesia and Egypt did not participate in this meeting. But the youth of Kashmir are confident that after this meeting, the number of foreign tourists in Kashmir will increase rapidly. On the other hand, other foreign delegates who reached Srinagar on May 22 were welcomed by Kashmiri girls in traditional costumes at the airport.
The delegates were taken to places including Nishat Garden, Chashma Shahi, Pari Mahal, Kashmir Art Emporium and Polo View Market to name a few.
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