The leadership of the association attended the 11th General Assembly of the Hotel Chamber of Greece
Mr. Michaelidis expressed his satisfaction that PASYXE was present at its largest gathering Greek hotel sector.
The leadership of the Pancypriot Association of Hoteliers (PASYXE) had the opportunity to observe the modern challenges facing the Greek hotel industry, and the international trends and developments that will dominate the sector in the coming years, in the context of the 11th General Assembly of the Hotel Chamber of Greece (FSE).
The General Assembly of the XEE, which took place last Saturday, November 25 at the Metropolitan Expo in Athens, and had as its motto “tourism is the business of all of us”, discussed important issues facing the Greek hotel industry, such as the ongoing military conflicts in the Middle East and Europe, high inflation, climate change and labor shortages. Challenges that also test the viability and development of the Cypriot hotel sector.
War conflicts developing in the Middle East and Europe, high inflation, climate change and labor shortages are affecting the sector.
The President and General Director of PASYXE, Thanos Michaelidis and Filokypros Rousounidis respectively, had the opportunity to obtain important information, knowledge and expertise on how Greece deals with these issues in order for the sector to remain competitive.
Mr. Michaelidis expressed his satisfaction that PASYXE was present at the largest meeting of the Greek hotel sector. “It is with great pleasure that we are in Athens for the 11th General Assembly of the XEE. The opportunity to closely observe the thoughts, but also the actions implemented by Greece to face the modern challenges of the sector, which are common to those we have before us, will significantly strengthen our efforts for the sustainability and development of the Cypriot hotel industry”, said the President of PASYXE.
PASYXE, as part of its presence at the General Assembly of the XEE, met with the leadership of the Hotel Chamber of Greece and its President, Alexandros Vasilikos, where they discussed, among other things, the next steps of the two Associations, which maintain a Memorandum of Mutual Understanding and Cooperation from 2022.
The President and the General Director of the Association also had the opportunity to talk and exchange views on the common challenges and developments faced by the two industries, with various officials of the Greek Government, executives of the Ministry of Tourism of Greece and tourism agencies, including the President of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) Giannis Paraschis.
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