Middle East - Mediterranean Travel and Tourism Association (MEMTTA)
Association Moyen-Orient - Méditerranée des voyages et du tourisme
1995-10-29 Amman Jordan
29-31 Oct 1995, Amman (Jordan), at 2nd U-XF4578 - Middle East and North Africa Economic Summit (MENA Economic Summit), as a public-private partnership uniting government and private sector organizations. Set up following initialling, 29 Sep 1995, by representatives of founding countries, of a charter developed under the auspices of of the Regional Economic Development Working Group (REDWG) of H-XF6119 - Multilateral Middle East Peace Process; and as the culmination of an initiative of the 1st Middle East/North Africa Economic Summit, Oct 1994, Casablanca (Morocco). Americas Division currently registered as a private sector organization in the USA with the title MEMTTA Americas. Endorsement of ratification pending in Egypt, dependent upon the political situation. Dissolved, prior to 2010.
Unite in a common effort to make possible the movement of people across borders for both business and leisure visits by: increasing environmentally sustainable travel to and within the region; developing the region's tourism industry; encouraging cooperation in harmonizing laws, regulations and standards related to tourism.
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Executive Council, headed by Chairman. Americas Division includes Chairman and Coordinator/Executive Director of MEMTTA Americas in the Middle East.
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