Afghanistan To Be Partner Country For 39th IITF, Confirms ITPO
Indian Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) confirmed the participation of Afghanistan as a partner country in the 39th India International Trade Fair (IITF), said the Afghan Embassy on Monday.
Afghan Embassy India in a series of tweets said, “Congratulations. After series of negotiations by the Afghan Embassy with India Trade Promotion Organization, finally ITPO has confirmed the participation of Afghanistan as a “Partner Country” in the 39th India International Trade Fair (IITF) 2019 indiatradefair.”
The embassy said the partner country status given to Afghanistan amongst the 19 participating countries will give it a number of privileges including being acknowledged as the partner country in all the publicity materials, hoardings etc in IITF.
As per ANI report, among other privileges, the embassy said would include — one representative of the country to share the stage at the inaugural and closing ceremonies, one day complimentary use of the theatre for cultural performance, lunch hosted by CMD/ED on any one of the days during the fair, inclusion of messages of their Ambassadors in the fair catalogue, providing 100 complimentary business visitors’ passes beyond their entitlement, a memento to be given at the closing ceremony, and Inclusion of one representative in the jury panel for IITF.
The IITF is being organised from November 14-27 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
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