Georgia Set to Host World Tourism Day in 2024,” declares Deputy Minister Mariam Kvrivishvili
Georgia has been named the host country for World Tourism Day in 2024, a prestigious title conferred upon the nation in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
“The unanimous support from European countries, members of the UN World Tourism Organization, has led to this esteemed recognition, allowing Georgia to be the host country for World Tourism Day 2024,” conveyed Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Mariam Kvrivishvili, during the 2023 World Tourism Day event in Saudi Arabia.
Joining her is Maia Omiadze, the Head of the National Tourism Administration.
"Georgia maintains its allure as a fascinating global tourist hotspot. Being the host for World Tourism Day will open doors to interactions with 3000 leading figures from the tourism and aviation sectors in our country next year,” Mariam Kvrivishvili expresses with enthusiasm. “This offers a platform to showcase Georgia's tourism and investment potential, taking a substantial step forward in elevating Georgia’s recognition, bolstering its reputation, and, crucially, fortifying the nation's tourism industry."
During the Forum of Tourism Leaders, the Deputy Minister apprised the attendees about the forthcoming celebrations and engagements slated for the World Tourism Day 2024 in Georgia. The Georgian delegation also actively engaged in multiple working sessions and bilateral discussions during the event.