Al-Ula Saudi Arabia adorns the latest publications of the World Tourism...

Al-Ula Saudi Arabia adorns the latest publications of the World Tourism...
Al-Ula Saudi Arabia adorns the latest publications of the World Tourism...
In a step that confirms its position, the World Tourism Organization chose the historic city of Al-Ula in Saudi Arabia for the cover of its latest publications on comprehensive development.

According to the Saudi Press Agency “SPA”, the World Tourism Organization has launched the name “Al-Ula Framework for Comprehensive Community Development through Tourism” on the general framework in the Book of Practices and Framework for Comprehensive Tourism Development for Local Communities.

This step confirms Saudi Arabia’s commitment to intensify efforts for the sustainable development of the travel and tourism sector, in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The decision also comes as a result of the support of Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate for the tourism sector, and its pivotal role in supporting sustainable development and the local economy.

This launch came as one of the outputs of the G20 Tourism Ministers’ meeting, under the Presidency of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the G20, to face the challenges caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, and to support efforts to revive the travel and tourism sector and to exploit its fundamentals to advance economic recovery after the repercussions of the crisis.

The final statement of the meeting of the G20 Tourism Ministers, on Thursday, supported the use of the Al-Ula framework for comprehensive societal development through tourism, as reliance on this framework embodies a guide for countries to ensure the contribution of tourism to achieving sustainable and comprehensive development by supporting communities with high tourism potentials; And identifying potential areas of work and major partners supporting local development.

The G20 tourism ministers meeting also focused on the important role of tourism in achieving sustainable social and economic development, as the travel and tourism sector contributions account for 10.3% of global GDP, and 330 million jobs (direct, indirect and induced) were created in 2019.

Tourism accounted for 28% of global service exports in 2019, and tourism has a strong impact on the local economy compared to total exports.

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