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Coronavirus pressured nations around the world to engage in tourism partnerships – Pro

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Entertainment of Wednesday, 30 September 2020

Source: 3 News

2020-09-30

According to an expert, coronavirus has in a way reinforced tourism partnership between countriesAccording to an professional, coronavirus has in a way reinforced tourism partnership concerning international locations

The Chief Govt Officer of African Tourism Partners, Kwakye Donkor, has claimed that COVID-19 has in a way reinforced partnership amongst countries to realize an aim.

Speaking in an interview with 3FM on Sunday, September 27 in relation to Earth Tourism Day, Mr Kwakye discussed that visa expenses in some nations, if not reduced, will make traveling to these nations challenging for vacationers.

“I will say that COVID is bringing the good aspect of international locations working together, and when nations get started doing the job together a lot of these challenges that we have and their impact will be minimized.

“That is really essential I consider. I have said that a pair of times. I spoke about collaboration and collaboration or partnership is not just about the tourism sector.

“There are two ranges, one of them is inside of the region. The non-public sector, the authority and the market hoping to perform together since, for occasion, if Ghana Tourism Authority is doing the job with MTN and making certain that there are campaigns operate with MTN and MTN has got a massive database and operating with another person like the insurance company, I consider a lot can be accomplished. That is just one section.”

September 27 of each calendar year is celebrated all-around the environment as Globe Tourism Day and as section of the Day’s celebration, 3FM put collectively a discussion board themed ‘Tourism And Rural Development’ and the subject for dialogue was ‘Restart of Tourism, The Hope, The Prospects and The Challenges’.

Speakers involved Elcia Grandcourt, Director of African Area UNWTO, Akwesi Agyemang, CEO of Ghana Tourism Authority, Mona Boy, CEO Lands tour, Kwakye Donkor, CEO African Tourism Companions, Marina Norvelii, Professor at Tourism and International Development University of Brighton, Uk, and Sonto Ndlovu.

There were being prolonged conversations on re-opening of borders in some African international locations.

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