Tourism Ministry on Saturday has announced Maldives plans to reopen its boarders on July with no extra fees imposes on tourist entering the country.
The announcement was made in a short statement on Saturday highlighting the government would not take any additional fees from tourist entering the country.
Speaking earlier at a press conference Tourism Minister Ali Waheed noted that they plan to reopen the country in different phases and hopes to get 1 Million tourist into the country.
The Ministry earlier had drafted a safe tourism plan which received heavy criticism due to its high fees and tourism plan. Since then the government has announced it would be redrafting new tourism policies and would announce the final plan on June 8.
As the Maldives depends highly on the tourism sector it is important the Maldives opens the tourism industry as soon as possible as the whole country depends on the industry to support the economy.