Arab Tourism Organization (ATO)
Organisation arabe de tourisme
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1954 Cairo Egypt
1954, Cairo (Egypt), as Arab International Tourist Union, by member States of D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS). Subsequently known as Arab Tourism Union (ATU) -- Union arabe de tourisme. Present name adopted 1969.
Promote tourism in the Arab area, and to this end coordinate all efforts to draw up a unified Arab tourist policy, providing members with all possible services and assisting them to acquire professionalism by supplying them with relevant studies and information; remove obstacles to the expansion of tourism.
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