Abu Dhabi – MENA Herald: International Travel Week-Abu Dhabi (ITW-Abu Dhabi) has officially announce to host the inaugural World Halal Tourism Summit Ministerial Forum World Dialogue highlighting safety and security in tourism industry. The forum which will be attended by UAE-based diplomats, tourism ambassadors, hoteliers, safety and security professionals and UAE government officials will address issues such as challenges and opportunities for high risk tourism destinations, government security and safety protocols and technological advancement, among others.
Taking place on November 22, 2016, at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center, ITW-Abu Dhabi’s World Halal Tourism Summit Ministerial Forum World Dialogue aims to deliver a high level debate of ministers and key stakeholders on Intra OIC tourism co-operation and the real world challenges of implementation.
Additionally, the forum will discuss issues such as tourism safety and security, government role on tourism promotion and challenges and opportunities on halal tourism.
Commenting on the inaugural World Halal Tourism Summit Ministerial Forum World Dialogue, Andy Buchanan, Executive Organising Committee Director commented: “With recent terror attacks happened on several tourism facilities and destinations, ITW- Abu Dhabi aims to address tourism security and safety during its inaugural WHTS Ministerial Forum. Participants will have the opportunity to discover, learn and share knowledge with industry professionals and leaders which in turn will assist them in defining and improving the future of their own business.”