- 2020-08-04 09:08 AM
The widely circulated "Frankfurt Public" journal has published a 16-page publication containing articles on Turkey by leading German journalists.
The Frankfurt Public Newspaper in Germany highlighted Turkey's cultural and historical values, particularly those related to tourism, and invited its citizens to visit the latter country.
According to a publication by the widely circulated daily newspaper about Turkey, Turkey is a "paradise" for tourism, and invited German citizens to go there.
The 16-page publication included an article by Diatimer Goons, CEO of FTI, the fathers of tourism companies in Germany.
In his article, Goons praised Turkish tourism, calling the sector a "positive and strong ambassador" to Turkey.
He said, "" The number of foreign tourists coming to Turkey will increase annually, Turkey is a safe country with very few visa and travel restrictions, which is not our most important market, but the most important country to achieve our global growth goals."
He noted that his company is in Turkey through a team of 3,000 employees, adding: "We will continue and strengthen our investments in Turkey."
The publication was distributed at the Berlin International Tourism Fair, which kicked off on Wednesday in the German capital, to inform visitors about german journalists' articles on Turkey's cultural, historical and tourism values.
In the publication, a group of leading German journalists, such as Philippe Ficht, Sven Prover, Christian Zeiser, Thomas Fenzig and Martina Yaman, reviewed Turkey's features for German readers from their perspectives and invited them to go to this country for holidays.
The publication also includes the views of important institutions and interviews, primarily an interview with Turkish actor Angen Alten Doziatan, the hero of the series "The Resurrection of Artarul".
Doziatan pointed out that Turkey is the second most popular country in the world after the United States, saying that "our series are published to more than 140 countries, which increases the interest and desire of its followers in our country."