Morocco reaffirms commitment to host 24th UNWTO General Assembly
The Government of Morocco has averred its commitment to hosting the world next year when the tourism fraternity converge in Marrakech for the 24th World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) General Assembly.
Speaking at the recently held UNWTO 112th Executive Council session in Georgia Capital Tbilisi, Morocco’s Minister of Tourism, Handicrafts , Air Transport and Social Economy Nadia Fettah Alaoui said the kingdom of Morocco is in pole position to host the world next year. She reiterated boldly measures government has instituted to get tourism restarted in the Maghreb country.
Ms Alaoui also had a meeting with the Secretary General Zurab Pololikashvili on the sidelines of the executive council meeting where the UN Tourism Boss hailed them for the progress made in restarting tourism.
The Kingdom of Morocco won the bid to host the 24th session General Assembly during the last assembly in st. Petersburg, Russia. The exact dates are yet to be confirmed.
The General Assembly is the supreme organ of UNWTO. Its ordinary sessions are held every two years and is attended by delegates from UNWTO Full and Associate Members, as well as representatives from UNWTO Affiliate Members. It is considered the most important global meeting of senior tourism officials and high-level representatives of the private sector.