This agreement came to enhance ways of joint cooperation between the two sides, consolidate relations, unify efforts, exchange experiences between the two sides, and activate joint projects, initiatives and events that will advance the development of the historical tourism sector in the emirate. .
About this agreement, Ahmed Obaid Al Tunaiji, Director General of the Department of Antiquities and Museums in Ras Al Khaimah stated that the emirate annually attracts a large number of lovers of antiquities, history and heritage to learn about the ancient history of the region by visiting the National Museum and the archaeological sites that are abundant in the emirate, especially the archaeological sites of the emirate that have been recently listed On the preliminary list of the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO), hence the signing of this agreement with the Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority to provide a pioneering and unique historical tourism experience for visitors and guests of the emirate, which contributes to the development and development of this vital sector.
For his part, Raki said, "We are pleased to strengthen our relationship with the Department of Antiquities and Museums, as we work together to preserve the archaeological, historical and cultural sites in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah and to make them accessible and accessible to visitors. Preserving cultural heritage has always been one of our priorities, which forms a major part of the destination's tourism strategy. We look forward to working closely with the department and continue to support the dissemination of the emirate’s rich history while developing sustainable cultural tourism initiatives.”