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China urges efforts to help tap developing countries' tourism potential 

CHENGDU - Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang said:

“China will continue to support tourism development in developing countries while urging rich nations to help developing countries reach balanced development in global tourism”.

China is ready to align the Belt and Road Initiative with related plans in developing countries to help promote local tourism, which he said has been a bottleneck to their tourism development.

More than 1,000 delegates, including tourism ministers from more than 130 countries attended the opening ceremony. Of the tourism ministers, 36 are from Africa.

"Africa is an increasingly important force in the global tourism market. The continent is rich in cultural resources," Abdoulaya Ndiaye, assistant to UNWTO official responsible for Africa, told Xinhua.

UNWTO chief Taleb Rifai said at the opening ceremony that countries should use tourism as an opportunity to address global challenges in order to enable the sector to contribute more to global growth and peace.

UNWTO has currently more than 150 members. The Madrid-based organization will also produce its next secretary general at the global tourism gathering that will last through Sept 16. The last session of UNWTO general assembly was held in Medellin, Colombia.

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