Fetab Is Counting The Days For The Protocol

29th, 2011
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Fetab (Fethiye Tourism Association) will take handover of  Saklikent Canyon that is located within the boundaries of Fethiye. The necessary protocol for the handover process will be announced in coming weeks. Protocol is still pending approval at the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs and as soon as the process is over, Fethiye will have an important source of income.

Muğla Governor Fatih Şahin who came to Fethiye to make observations had attended the opening of the Lycian Adventure Race in Göcek. Later, he visited FETAB and declared that the investments need to be done in the region to ensure to attract tourists who spend more money. The governor stated that tourism is one of the cornerstones in the region and everyone is concerned from 7 to 70. “Not to compromise quality, to think long enough, to renew ourselves are the words we constantly use.  If sector representatives act in this sense, this means that we won. Not satisfied with our current status, we must strive to pull together to achieve higher goals. The first step was taken on the Babadağ cable car. With similar services, we will attract more tourists and both Fethiye people as well as our country will win. Tourism is a sector that allows people in the world get together and meet each other and also a sector that serves peace.”

FETAB Chairman Osman Otgöz said that melsa Company of Muğla Governarate transfered 100 thousand TL to FETAB. He added that this money will be used for the promotion of Fethiye by participating in exhibitions both domestic and abroad. Otgöz stated that they worked hard to take handover of Saklıkent Canyon from Melsa to FETAB. “We had the approval by our Governor and Melsa Chairman of the Board of Directors Fathih Şahin 3 months ago. The entrance was a problem between National Parks and Forestry General Directorate. This problem was sorted out. We are waiting for confirmation from the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs. Protocol will be signed in the coming days.”

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