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UNWTO Affiliate Members recently travelled to Ras Al Khaimah, UAE to discuss global tourism challenges and priorities.

International tourism in MENA region showed clear signs of recovery in 2017 with growths of five percent in the Middle East and 13 percent in North Africa, according to the latest World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) International Tourism Barometer.

H.E. Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani, minister, industry, commerce and tourism, Bahrain, and Zurab Pololikashvili, secretary general, World Tourism Organization (UNWTO,) recently met to discuss enhancing corporation between Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority (BTEA) and UNWTO.

Global tourism culture leaders and stakeholders will convene in Muscat, on December 11-12 to discuss the relation between tourism and culture.

OMAN’S RISING STATUS AS A BUSINESS DESTINATION WAS SIGNIFICANTLY ENHANCED WITH OPENING OF THE FIRST PHASE OF OMAN CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE (OCEC) IN OCTOBER 2016.

“At Amadeus, we believe that the combination of education and technology is critical, in order to build up a sustainable and competitive travel and tourism sector in the future.

Dedicated to the significant contribution of mountain tourism in countries’ economic development, the 3rd World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Euro-Asian Mountain Resorts Conference took place on April 04 — 07 in Tbilisi.

ON MOROCCAN DAY OF SUSTAINABLE AND RESPONSIBLE TOURISM, MOROCCO WAS INVITED BY WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION (UNWTO) TO BECOME AN OFFICIAL PARTNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM.

More than 100 tourism ministers and board-level representatives from some of the leading travel companies attended the 10th World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and World Travel Market (WTM) London Ministers' Summit, held on the final day of the event.

Some 956 million international tourists travelled the world between January and September, revealed the World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) latest World Tourism Barometer.