01.10.2021 | 
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ARMENIANS ARE HOSPITABLE IN A UNIQUE WAY. EXPERIMENTAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FORUM AT YSU
ARMENIANS ARE HOSPITABLE IN A UNIQUE WAY. EXPERIMENTAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FORUM AT YSU
The international conference organized within the framework of the program "Promotion of experience tourism based on culture in the Black Sea basin" "PRO EXTOUR" has started in the conference hall of YSU Academic Council.

The conference organized by YSU Department of International Cooperation was attended by representatives of YSU Faculty of Geography and Geology, Varna University of Management (Bulgaria), the Association of Culinary Arts and Hospitality and the Institute of Oceanography of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, as well as the Georgian Center for Arts and Culture.

Alexander Margarov, Head of the International Cooperation Department, made an opening speech at the conference, presenting the general provisions and goals of the program, as well as the representatives of the countries cooperating within the framework of the program.

 

The speakers then presented the prospects, challenges and visions for the development of experiential tourism in the region and the Black Sea countries.

After the speeches, round-table discussions were organized, during which the participants referred to the proposed solutions to the problems and the mechanisms for their implementation.

It should be noted that the representatives of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki also took part in the discussions on the online platform.

 

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