President Mirziyoyev inaugurates 25th UNWTO General Assembly Summit

President Mirziyoyev inaugurates 25th UNWTO General Assembly Summit

Samarkand, The Gulf Observer: Uzbek President inaugurated 25th UNWTO General Assembly Summit, Samarkand is the part of melting pots of culture, this year Samarkand is set for the 25th UNWTO General Assembly.

Samarkand, in ancient times referred as Afrasiab, is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia. The major monuments include the Registan Mosque and madrasas, Bibi-Khanum Mosque, the Shakhi-Zinda compound and the Gur-Emir ensemble, as well as Ulughbek’s Observatory.

In his speech President Mirziyoyev welcomed the respected guests. Tourism is a key to boost our economy and this event of UNWTO will be helpful to boost the economy using the tourism sector. We support all our organization to improve and promote tourism and its development. For the last 3 to 4 years we created great opportunities for tourism. By 2030 we will bring news planes that will refine the tourism process. In Samarkand there is an institute of Silk Road University and here various foreigner students are studying. We organized through it touristics police for the safiety of the foreigners. We invite all member organizations to join this organization. (The complete speech will be released soon)

The ”Crossroads of Cultures” will be hosting its first major UN Tourism event and be the beehive of activities as the tourism sector charts a new path to an accelerated recovery.

Aside from the plenary sessions and many other engagements, the General Assembly will host two thematic forums on education and on investments – in line with the Organization’s core priorities.

The 25th UNWTO General Assembly is the key event for the future of tourism. Global leaders will gather to shape the way forward for a tourism sector that works for people and planet.

With vast coloured domes, and remarkable exterior decorations in majolica, mosaic, marble, and gold of the architectural heritage was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001.

Being key connecting city on Silk Road between China, Persia and Europe, Samarkand is considered as a cradle for trade, culture and science