From the report of the Public Relations Department of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Administration of Southern Khorasan:
Mr. Hassan Ramazani said: We must, in the field of tourism present our culture properly, to teach more about the Islamic Republic of Iran and Southern Khorasan to different nations.
He said: There is great potential in the tourism sector in Southern Khorasan such as Castles, Historic Mosques, Holy shrines, Caravan Inns on routes, historically valuable Textiles, Historical Schools, Petro glyphs, Citadels, historical buildings and the Loot Desert, in addition to, the weather and geographical conditions from North to South and East and West and to observe the diversity in this county.
The Director General of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of this county continued: On the 19th of October, we will host 20 cars from Europe and the vehicles will be in the county until the 26th of October and familiarization tours for foreign tour leaders and journalists will be held.
Mr. Ramazani said that the tourism infrastructure should also be promoted at the same time, he also added: In 1393 from National funds nearly 4 Milliard Tomans for infrastructure and facilities were integrated and we hope this year we also see the funding needed to equip the infrastructure in our county.
He added that last week we hosted the assessor of UNESCO, who visited the Baladeh Subterranean and we hope next June the Baladeh will be registered on the World Heritage List and on the 12th of October we will host two assessors on a visit to the Deh Salam Desert to register the Loot Desert on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Director General of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of the county also said: With this effect, the world records in this county will be effective in three ways 3.
He said: In March of this year, 3,400,000 people were invited to this county, which of 1,420,000million stayed here.
Mr. Ramazani continued in the program of celebrations for the Week of Tourism in the county and at the end he unveiled a poster for the Day of World National Tourism.