A single tourist visa for all European countries.
This is the need emerged from the meeting of the T20, the international gathering on tourism which take part in the Tourism Ministers of the world's largest economies. This is confirmed by the Italian Minister for Tourism Piero Gnudi who attended the meeting held in Worth, Mexico. "This meeting - said Gnudi - has revealed how all countries in the development and revitalization of the tourism sector is now considered one of the most effective ways of fostering the growth of national economies, declared a priority by all participants, including the United States. "
According to preliminary data from a study prepared by the UNWTO and WTTC a different policy on issuing visas in the countries of the G20 can produce, by 2015, an increase in the number of tourists up to 112 million, an increase in tourism spending up to 206 billion dollars and an increase in jobs that could reach up to over five million units.
"I should - Gnudi says - that, in compliance with the requirements of security and governance of migration flows within individual countries, for Europe to develop an evaluation system of visas to facilitate the flow of tourists from countries outside the EU and thereby promoting growth and development. "
Source TTG Italy
Single visa for Europe
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