Morocco aims at upgrading its position in the British tourist market to become a preferred destination for a greater number of British tourists that could exceed the 160,000 bar in 2004, said tourism minister, Adil Douiri.
Douiri told the Moroccan News Agency MAP that his country worked out a strategy to promote the Kingdom as a destination among British tourism operators and travel agencies.
Douiri said Morocco could for the first time exceed the bar of 160,000 British tourist arrivals in 2004.
Morocco is also working to raise this number by 30 to 40%in 2005, the tourism minister said. (menareport.com)