Uclg Aspac Standing Committees
Uclg Aspac Tourism Committee
The UCLG ASPAC Tourism Committee has established during the Executive Bureau Meeting on 9th September 2021. The Xi’an Municipal People’s Government initiates the Tourism Committee within UCLG ASPAC. Its members will be member cities and local governments of UCLG ASPAC, tourism cities along the Silk Road, and sister cities of Xi’an.
The principle of the Committee is to promote harmonious development, exchanges, and mutual learning of tourism, promote exchanges and cooperation between members and tourism cities along the Silk Road and promote the coordinated development, mutual benefit, and win-win situation and solutions of cultural tourism among cities. As known to all, tourism is one of the world’s most important economic sectors. It boosts economies and enables cities to thrive. Therefore, the Committee helps to ensure that tourism regains its position as a provider of decent jobs, stable incomes, and the protection of our cultural and natural heritage.
Based on productive cooperation between our two cities and the admirable tourism achievements, we warmly welcome members of UCLG ASPAC and other regions of UCLG UCLG. Cities and local governments to join the UCLG ASPAC ASPAC Tourism Committee. It will be our honor to have you as a member of the Committee, to jointly amplify the voices of local and regional officials and consistently improve the capacity of tourism governance.
Please click here to download the LOI and Form to join the Committee.
For more information related to the Committee, please contact UCLG ASPAC Tourism Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
At the beginning of 2022, may the beautiful spring shine on us all. All together 23 Mayors and Representatives from UCLG ASPAC Tourism Committee, international friendship cities of Xi’an, member cities of Cultural Capital of East Asia, and cities along the Silk Road extend their greetings to Xi’an for the Chinese Lunar New Year. We shared a vision to realise common prosperity of cultural tourism among international communities