At the moment when the Nepali tourism sector is bearing the burnt due to the pandemic, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has come to the rescue.
During an executive program on Asia Pacific Region’s Tourism Policy and Strategy held in the Maldives, the UNWTO officials have assured persistent support for Nepal’s tourism sector.
On the occasion, Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) CEO Dr. Dhananjay Regmi spoke with UNWTO Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili and Director of Regional Department for Asia and the Pacific Harry Hwang.
They discussed about tourism recovery and other serious issues of tourism sector in the post-pandemic era.
“The UNWTO officials are willing to support Nepal’s sustainable tourism development, natural and mountaineering tourism development and institutional capacity enhancement,” said Dr. Regmi.
“Different countries are receiving various types of support from the UNWTO. They have received direct benefit too. In this context, the meetings with them in regard to support to Nepal remained fruitful,” he added.
The UNWTO have committed to organize some tourism programs of Asia Pacific region in Nepal in 2023.
During the program, Dr. Regmi also met Maldivian Foreign Minister. They discussed the issues related to tourism development and mutual cooperation between two countries.
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