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Mokhatlo oa Lefatše oa Bohahlauli oa Atoloha nakong ea Seboka sa Cartagena

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Mokhatlo oa Machaba a Kopaneng oa Bohahlauli ba Lefatše (UNWTO) has admitted three new members during the seventeenth General Assembly held November 23 – 29 in the Fortified City of Cartagena bringing up the number of member states to 153.

Mokhatlo oa Machaba a Kopaneng oa Bohahlauli ba Lefatše (UNWTO) has admitted three new members during the seventeenth General Assembly held November 23 – 29 in the Fortified City of Cartagena bringing up the number of member states to 153.

E itlamme ho fihlela Dipehelo tsa Millennium tsa UN, mokhatlo o hlophisitsoeng oa Madrid o etsa sohle se matleng a bona ho loants'a bofuma ka tšebelisano 'moho e matla e thehiloeng nakong ea Seboka, le ho ts'ehetsa ts'ehetso bakeng sa ngongoreho e ntseng e eketseha khafetsa ka phetoho ea maemo a leholimo a lefatše.

Brunei Darussalam, Tajikistan le Montenegro ba sa tsoa kenela bekeng ena, ba hatetse pele haholo ho holiseng bohahlauli ho latela kholo e kholo ea bohahlauli ba lefatše. Lefats'eng ka bophara, bohahlauli bo holile ho fihla ho limilione tse 846 tse fihlang machabeng ka 2006. Ho lebelletsoe hore e tla hola ho fihla ho limilione tse likete tsa 1.6 ka 2020.

Brunei e tsoela pele ka lebili la maeto le ntseng le eketseha ka potlako Asia. Ntle le tlhaho ea eona e hloekileng e nang le meru ea tropike e koahelang karolo ea 78 lekholong ea mobu, hammoho le lefa la borena la Brunei la lilemo tse 600, bohahlauli bo tlatsa botsitso le khotso eo naha e nang le eona. Litšobotsi li rata indasteri ea bohahlauli, haholo molemong oa ho matlafatsa likarolo tse ling tsa tikoloho ea bohahlauli. Brunei e bohareng ba sebaka se holang ka potlako lefatšeng, Asia Pacific, se lumellang karolo ea nako e telele bakeng sa boiphihlelo ba bohahlauli bo hlokoang ke bahahlauli ba nang le temoho ba Brunei, ho boletse Datu Hamdillah HA Wahabm motlatsi oa letona la Lekala la Liindasteri la Malaysia le Lisebelisoa tsa Mathomo.

Further, the country, in its arrival to the UNWTO, embraced responsibility towards current world issues such as climate change. There are few activities in Brunei, apart from agriculture, that are dependent on the weather as tourism. “As an economy driven by oil and gas, Brunei remains passionate in our common battle against global warming. On reducing greenhouse gases, we recommend a sustainable carbon sink for the residual carbon dioxide that is produced as we strive to reduce through new technology and reduce, reuse and recycle methodology,” said Datu Wahab.

Ka lebaka la boitlamo bo tebileng, Brunei e tla kenya letsoho liperesente tsa 60 tsa sebaka sa eona sa mobu ho Pelo ea Borneo Project - morero o kopanetsoeng oa mahlakore a mararo o etelletsoeng pele ke Indonesia, Malaysia le Brunei. "Morero o ikemiselitse ho baballa 220,000 sq. Km. ea moru oa rona oa tropike o nang le Morero oa Ts'ebetsong oa Naha o tla tsebisoa khoeling e tlang. Bafani ba HOB ba nang le botsoalle ba ts'epa hore ba tla kopa chelete ho kenya letsoho molemong oa ho tšehetsa merero e ka tlase ho 30 Brunei, "ho eketsa Datu Wahab.

Meanwhile, tourism in the Republic of Tajikistan has been committed to the Committee of Youth Affairs and Sports, a new committee created under the Republic.“In developing tourism, we now take into serious consideration the social and economic state of the country. Putting all efforts to establish new links between the countries, constructing new roads, new hotels, receiving foreign and local tourists at the same time will speed up tourism growth. As new full member of the UNWTO, we hope to work in implementing new projects we have for the sake of tourism,” said Tajikistan tourism minister.

Merero e ke ke ea sebetsa feela likhoeli tse tšeletseng ho isa ho tse robeli, empa e tla nka nako e telele ho fihlela sepheo sa naha mabapi le phokotso ea bofuma le phetoho ea maemo a leholimo, ho latela letona la bohahlauli la Tajikistan.

Tajikistan le mekoloko ea eona ea Grand Mountain, Phula ea Noka ea Yagnob, le Great Silk Route ho bolela tse 'maloa, e fetoha naleli e ncha e ntseng e phahama tikolohong eo le lefats'eng.

Sechaba se secha se ikemetseng lefatšeng, Montenegro e ikemiselitse ho iketsetsa lebitso indastering ka potlako kamoo e ka khonang. Baetapele ba bohahlauli ba se ba qalile ho arolelana menyetla e ikhethileng e fumanehang moeling ona oa metsi a futhumetseng a Mediterranean.

Montenegro is a small, but most intensive and fastest growing tourism economy. Recently cited as such by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the country is committed to becoming an innovator and a model for creative long-term goals for developing tourism. Part of the mission is attracting numerous international investors who actively participate in Montenegro’s innovative approach.

Letona la Bohahlauli le Tikoloho Pedrag Nenezic o itse: "Montenegro e ikhethile ka litsela tse ngata, 'me ho ikhetha hona ho fetoha ntho e khahlang batho ba eang phomolong le ho bo-ramatsete ba boleng ka ho tšoanang. Phephetso ea rona ke ho netefatsa hore re laola kholo ka tsela e bolokang likhahleho tseo baeti le bo-ramatsete ba li thabetseng, ha re ntse re khothalletsa tikoloho e matla ea khoebo e tšehetsang matsete a bohlale, a tšoarellang.

Three countries, one organization, one goal. As the UNWTO expands and casts its net further, the new members will be able to demonstrate that promoting tourism beyond their border and to the rest of the world has become more crucial in today’s competitive travel market.

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