Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic).- Seventeen Dominican tourist associations and companies signed the “Global Code of Ethics of Tourism,” sponsored by the United Nations to promote the leisure industry’s sustainable development, according to the principal human and social values.
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Nassau.- The Association of Caribbean States and the United Nations World Tourism Organisation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in order to revitalise and improve collaboration and co-operation between the two organisations in the area of sustainable tourism.
Port of Spain.-For the first time ever, Martinique and Guadeloupe will be united as one association on their own after have been represented by France in the membership of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS).
Georgetown.-The Minister of Tourism (ag) of Guyan,a Irfaan Ali met with Cuba’s Director of International Relations, Rosa Adela Mejias Jimenez announced a closer collaboration between the two Caribbean countries.
Madrid, Spain.- Dominican Republic Minister of Tourism Francisco Javier García announced the principal achievements attained during the negotiations at the FITUR 2014 tourist fair (Madrid, January 22-26), highlighting new flights from Spain and Germany, in addition to an increase in sales by Canada’s tour operators.
Nassau.- China and The Bahamas have made it easier for their citizens to travel to each other’s countries by signing a mutual visa exemption agreement that allows Bahamians and Chinese passport holders 30-day visa free access.