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Solomon Islands has taken a key step in advancing its tourism industry with the launch of guides for investors and the government, to ensure this vital sector remains a long-term driver of job creation, sustainable economic growth, and benefits for many people.
Togo, like the other member states of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), is celebrating this Monday for the 42nd time in a row, this day.
In view of the proper implementation of the urgent measures taken by the government to curb and reverse the curve of the pandemic and as a prelude to the decree fixing the list of large bars, the Minister in charge of culture and tourism met with stakeholders in the sector (hoteliers, restaurateurs, bar owners, cultural players, etc.) on Friday, September 10, 2021 about the new measures taken by the government to curb the increase in cases of Covid19 contamination.
The Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism (VHTTDL) has just signed Decision 2292/QD-BVHTTDL promulgating the Action Program for tourism development in the 2021-2025 period, focusing on the task of digital transformation throughout the country.
Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai has just signed a resolution on behalf of the Prime Minister to approve a draft resolution on tax exemption and reduction to support people and businesses affected by COVID-19 to submit to the National Assembly Standing Committee.
Con el objetivo de conocer y analizar lo retos y posibilidades del turismo en sitios Patrimonio Mundial en la subregión de América Central, el Caribe y México, a través del intercambio de metodologías, análisis de casos y experiencias en el área y otras regiones, para fortalecer la capacidad de los actores involucrados en este ámbito y promover una mayor sensibilización en todas las comunidades, el 2 y 3 de agosto, se desarrolló el Taller Internacional Turismo sostenible y patrimonio mundial.