Georgia will host 112th session of UNWTO Executive Council
Georgia will host 112th session of UNWTO Executive Council

Georgia will host the 112th session of the executive council of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) on September 15-17, in Tbilisi.

According to the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, among the delegates of the 112th session of the Executive Council of the World Tourism Organization of United Nations, (UNWTO) are high-ranking guests from Spain, Greece, Portugal, Romania, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and other countries.

The Ministry of Economy notes that the meeting will be held in full compliance with the guidelines and safety of the World Health Organization and the Georgian National Center for Disease Control and Public Health. In addition to the fact that the event will be held with the full involvement of the center and Georgian epidemiologists and under their strict supervision, the four epidemiologists will arrive in Tbilisi with the representative delegations with the charter flight.

“The Executive council of the United Nations World Tourism Organization consists of 35 member states and is the governing body of the organization. It ensures the effective work of the UNWTO and addresses key issues of travel and tourism industry policy under the global agenda. Thus, it can be said that the future orientations of the development of international tourism in the post-COVID period will be clarified in Georgia”, The information by the Ministry of Economy notes.

Due to the importance of the event, the meeting of the Executive Council of the World Tourism Organization will be actively covered by the international media – representatives of such influential media outlets as the New York Times, BBC Travel, Euronews, Spanish Forbes, EFE News, Diplomats, “El Espanyol” and others will arrive in Georgia. Consequently, Georgia will once again be in the focus of the world press as a country safe from a pandemic, where the UN organization  – UNWTO is holding its first post-pandemic high-level session.

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