The first regional Middle East office has been created by the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
UNWTO General Secretary Zurab Pololikashvili accompanied the Saudi Tourism Minister Ahmed Al-Khateeb at a ceremony in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in the official opening of the office.
Tourism ministries from around the Middle East as well as all other world regions, as well as business sector leaders, also joined them.
The first Office of the UNWTO will serve as a center for discussion, discussion, and decision-making and create optimism for many people across the region so that they can profit exclusively from tourism's social and economic advantages.
The new office will act as a center for UNWTO in its 13 member countries in the area for coordinating policies and efforts.
"The first UNWTO Regional Bureau will be the focal point for discourse, debate, and decision making, bringing optimism to many people in the region that only tourism can profit from its social and economic advantages.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's dedication and unwavering support."
The UNWTO also brought ideas from experts to the tourism recovery conference, conducted against the backdrop of the opening of the regional office organized by the Saudi tourism ministry.
"We are really excited to host Saudi Arabia's new regional office.
"This shows our commitment to working together with our UNWTO partners to establish a robust sector based on sustainable development principles and possibilities across the region and worldwide."