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Klaus Wowereit and Rainer Brüderle to Open ITB Berlin 2011

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This year, Governing Mayor of Berlin, Klaus Wowereit, and Federal Minister of Economics and Technology, Rainer Brderle, will open ITB Berlin.

The opening ceremony of ITB Berlin 2011 will take place on the eve of the first day of the fair, on 8 March, at 6 p.m. in Room 1 of the ICC Berlin.

Raimund Hosch, CEO of Messe Berlin, will address the audience, welcoming around 4,500 international members of the industry.

Taleb Rifai, General Secretary of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), and Klaus Laepple, President of the Federal Association of the German Tourism Industry (BTW), will hold speeches at the opening event.

Representing this years partner country, H. E. Adam Giersz, Minister of Sport and Tourism of the Republic of Poland, will also give a speech.

Poland will attend the opening ceremony accompanied by a high-ranking delegation. Its most prominent member will be Lech Walesa, the former president of the Republic of Poland.

After a presentation by the partner country, guests are invited to sample typical regional specialities and culinary delights, freshly imported from Poland.

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