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Over 35,000 people from more than 120 countries are expected participate in the first conference by Lions Clubs International in India in 2022.
"It gives me immense pleasure to announce the LCIcon 2022 in India. Tourism (business) worth USD 50 million during four days and much more during pre and post trips of visitors in India is expected," LCI's first vice president Naresh Aggarwal said at a conference here in the presence of Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma.
Sharma extended his ministry's full cooperation in organising the event.
"There would be high focus on social welfare activities in India over the next five years. More than 35,000 Lion members from more than 120 countries are expected to participate in the four-day event," he said.
Headquartered in the US, LCI has presence in 210 countries with 13,74,000 members.
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