Yemeni Government efforts to restore a number of tourism attractions

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Turkish archeological experts will pay a visit to Yemen during the coming few weeks to discuss with Yemeni officials issues of restoring a number of castles and forts built in the Ottoman age. According to cultural sources: Turkey had expressed readiness to implement restoration through a convention, which will be signed during the visit.

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Turkish archeological experts will pay a visit to Yemen during the coming few weeks to discuss with Yemeni officials issues of restoring a number of castles and forts built in the Ottoman age. According to cultural sources: Turkey had expressed readiness to implement restoration through a convention, which will be signed during the visit. The sources added that Yemen prepared a list of the forts and castles needed to be repaired for presenting to the Turkish experts.
This cooperation will allow the Yemeni tourism to renovate one of its best tourism attractions in the country which dated back to Ottoman age in Yemen.

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