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Egyptian Tourism Minister: Working with international tourism partners to restore success

The new Egyptian Minister of Tourism, His Excellency Yehia Rashed, today announced his plan – the ‘6×6 Tourism Impact Plan’ – to fundamentally enhance Egyptian tourism and to revive the fortunes of the critical tourism sector. Minister Rashed’s ‘Tourism Impact Plan’ focuses on 6 main priorities to improve Egyptian tourism and is designed to deliver real

Jamaica Tourism Minister Bartlett Lays out Five Pillars for Tourism Growth

Jamaica Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has outlined to the new boards of directors of key agencies in the ministry, five pillars on which the Ministry and its agencies will seek to transform the island’s vibrant tourism sector and achieve double digit growth. The pillars were outlined yesterday (April 9) during a seminar at

Don’t close borders in response to terrorism

“Don’t close borders in response to terrorism”, says WTTC CEO “Closing borders and jeopardising the freedom to travel is not the answer to the current security concerns. World leaders need to stand together and act now, with the support of the Travel & Tourism sector.” That was the message from David Scowsill, President & CEO,

Zimbabwe Tourism Minister Mzembi on a U. S. Diplomatic Charm Offensive

Relations between the United States and Following Zimbabwe nomination and the Southern African Development Community’s endorsement of the candidature of Dr Walter Mzembi to the position of Secretary General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) which falls vacant in the last quarter of 2017, the mercurial Engineer, has is in the United States

UNWTO – a decade building capacity in tourism policy in Asia/Pacific

Under the title ‘Human Capital Development in Tourism’, the UNWTO Asia/Pacific Executive Training Programme on Tourism Policy and Strategy has gathered policy makers and tourism executives in Seoul, Republic of Korea, to enhance skills and understanding on the latest trends in tourism management. The initiative, organized by UNWTO and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture,

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