23rd session of the UNWTO General Assembly (09-13 September 2019 – photo gallery)
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23rd session of the UNWTO General Assembly (09-13 September 2019 – photo gallery)
Nikolay Hotelier, 21 September 2019

On September 9-13, 2019 twenty-third session of the UNWTO General Assembly took place in Saint Petersburg. This important global meeting of senior tourism officials and high-level ‎representatives of the year was organized for the first time in Russia. The General Assembly is the supreme organ of UNWTO, its ordinary sessions are held every two years and are attended by delegates from UNWTO members, as well as by representatives from UNWTO affiliate members.

TOHOLOGY visited main events of the 23rd session of the UNWTO General Assembly at the ExpoForum Convention & Exhibition Centre and Tauride Palace in Saint Petersburg and shares its photography overview (photos are available in slider below).

Photo gallery of the 23rd session of the UNWTO General Assembly at the ExpoForum Convention & Exhibition Centre and Tauride Palace

The photography slider shows:

High level forum at the Tauride Palace, official opening of the twenty-third session of the UNWTO General Assembly at the ExpoForum Convention & Exhibition Centre, plenary sessions with Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organization Zurab Pololikashvili, ministerial debates, Saint Petersburg Travel Hub – exhibition and business programme.

Photography: Andrey Ivanov / TOHOLOGY Production

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