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EU looking at Greek proposals for tourism

The European Union is studying Greek proposals for the European tourism industry following submissions made by Greek Euro-MP…

The European Union is studying Greek proposals for the European tourism industry following submissions made by Greek Euro-MP Costis Hadjidakis, who heads the European Parliament`s regional transport and tourism policy committee.

More specifically, the parliament`s recent Strasbourg session approved of Greece`s proposal for tourism to be included among EU policies being looked into as part of a revision of the Union`s constitution.

In a submission forwarded to the parliament, Greek Euro-MPs stressed that tourism should be covered by the constitution and fall under common Union policy.

Hadjidakis noted that the EU decision effectively met a longstanding demand of the tourism industry. He said the move to include tourism in common EU policy was of utmost importance to Greece, not only economically but socially as well.

Hadjidakis said he hoped the Greek government would take advantage of this opportunity.

Meanwhile, Greece`s new development minister, Nikos Christodoulakis – speaking at the Industry Confederation of Northern Greece`s AGM, said that, within the next seven years, 15 trillion drachmas would be allocated to expand infrastructure, support regional development, support industry, commerce and tourism, particularly small- and medium-size enterprises. He added that the government was creating and supporting strategic national competition that exhibits the advantages the country possesses in fields such as agriculture, tourism, culture and new technologies.

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