32nd Joint Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for East Asia and the Pacific and the UNWTO Commission for South Asia & UNWTO Regional Conference

The 32nd Joint Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for East Asia and the Pacific & the UNWTO Commission for South Asia

Joint Virtual meeting: Tuesday, 30 June 2020, 09:00-11:30 AM (GMT+2)

Background

The 32nd Joint Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for East Asia and the Pacific and the UNWTO Commission for South Asia (32nd CAP-CSA) will be held online on 30 June 2020 due to the current pandemic crisis.

The 32nd CAP-CSA Joint Meeting which is UNWTO´s principal annual event in the Asia-Pacific region will be attended by participants from UNWTO Member States, UNWTO Affiliate Members and international and regional organizations. Key topics this year will include:

  • Presentation on UNWTO COVID-19
  • Interventions by CSA/CAP Ministers on policy issues in response to COVID-19
  • Tourism investment: Innovation & Technology
  • Discussions related to the UNWTO Asia-Pacific Member States

​Please find the decisions of the 31st Joint Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for East Asia and the Pacific and the UNWTO Commission for South Asia.

Meeting Documents: (more to be uploaded)

Contacts

World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
General Information
Ms. Eunji Tae
Officer, Regional Department for Asia and the Pacific
Ms. Christine BREW
Technical Coordinator, Regional Department for Asia & the Pacific
EMAIL: rdap@unwto.org


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