Tbilisi Declaration Calls for Developing Tourism Industry in Coming Months – Pololikashvili
“Discussions with the UNWTO Executive Board’s representative group were very interesting.
The discussions were dedicated to the current challenges in the tourism industry in the post-pandemic period and the ways to solve the problems”, “, Zurab Pololikashvili told reporters after the first part of the 112th sitting of the UNWTO executive board.
“We will pass the Tbilisi Declaration today. The document calls for tourism industry development in the coming months. The sector remains in crisis and we should be ready to provide due to response to all challenges. We should support tourism industry representatives worldwide”, Pololikashvii noted.
As noted by the organization’s secretary-general, tourism industry representatives are trying to maintain balance to provide tourism services and simultaneously, protect safety norms.
“Conducting the UNWTO Board’s meeting in Tbilisi is a message to the whole world that Georgia is a safe country for hosting tourists. I believe not only Georgia, but all countries have the opportunity to continue efforts for tourism industry development under certain new regulations”, Zurab Pololikashvili noted. We remind you that Georgia is hosting the 112th meeting of the UNWTO executive board. The meeting is being held at Biltmore Hotel in Tbilisi. The event was opened by Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia. The UNWTO SG Zurab Pololikashvili and UN SG Antonio Gutteres addressed the meeting. The meeting is attended by around 170 delegates from 24 countries