NOIDA, India, February 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The Global Media and Tourism Summit was recently concluded on 27th February, 2016 under the banner of Marwah Studio, Noida. The idea of the summit was to bring love, peace and unity through art and culture, from all over the world.
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"I am amazed by the international coordination of NFTC and ICMEI to bring 25 countries under one roof. The idea of love, peace and unity was emphasized through the media and tourism summit ," said H.E. Hyun Cho Ambassador of Republic of Korea to India at the inauguration of the Media and Tourism Summit at Marwah Studio, Noida Film City.
"India is a grand nation with a large number of extraordinary tourist destinations with varietied cultures yet to be highlighted through media," said Sandeep Marwah, Managing Director of National Federation of Tourism and Transport Cooperatives of India Limited. Also the President of International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry, Sandeep Marwah welcomed delegates from all over the world.
"Participation of 25 nations of the world has encouraged us to look into the suggestions of international tourists fast and provide them with maximum facilities on the Indian land," said R.K. Bhargava IAS Retd. Former Chief Secretary, Uttar Pradesh and Home Secretary Government of India.
"This is the best way to have international integration and to know about the culture of different countries. We must learn to appreciate the culture of each other," added Sharda Prasad IAS Retd. Former Director General (Employment & Training) and Additional Secretary in the Ministry of Labour & Employment.
"My diplomatic tenures to different countries have given me an opportunity to promote India and to learn about other nations, I am happy to be part of this Global Summit," said Mahesh Sachdev Former Indian Ambassador to Nigeria.
"It is a wonderful opportunity to brief foreigners with the Indian tourism and media. They must learn about this country, its culture and traditions," said Rishi Raj Singh, Director NEISBUD, Ministry of Skill Development, Government of India.
The delegates from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Sudan, Nepal, Tajikistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Togo, Ghana, Myanmar, Kenya, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Lesotho, St Vincent & Grenadines, Thailand, Uganda and Laos also delivered their views about tourism and titled Sandeep Marwah as the Global Cultural Minister.
International forums of Bulgaria, Egypt, Cyprus, Romania, Czech Republic, Peru, Slovenia, Poland, South Africa, Sudan, Nigeria, Senegal and Turkmenistan supported the event.
Later Sandeep Marwah presented life membership of International Film and Television Club of AAFT to the distinguished guests. The delegates were also honored with the memento of the summit and life membership of World Peace Development and Research Foundation.
About Asian Society of Film & Television:
Located in the picturesque film city of Noida, Asian Society of Film & Television enjoys its proximity to several renowned production houses and satellite TV news channels and provides an environment which is conducive in training the media professionals. Asian Society of Film & Television is headed by the internationally acclaimed personality Prof. Sandeep Marwah.
Asian Society of Film & Television has been imparting education and training in various areas of cinema and mass media since last 25 years. Asian Society of Film & Television has, however remained steadfast in its objective of providing cost-effective education and training to the aspirants of a career in media industry. For more info visit, http://www.aaft.com.
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