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Conference on Sustainable Tourism in the Mediterranean

The National Tourist Organisation of Montenegro (NTO CG), as part of the “Tourism Dialogue” project, organised a conference in Podgorica on the topic of “First Steps Towards Collaborative Management of Sustainable Tourism in the Mediterranean.” This is a project dedicated to improving tourism management in the Mediterranean region, in which NTO CG is the leading partner from Montenegro, and the associated partner is the Statistical Office MONSTAT. The project aims to create greener and smarter tourism in the Mediterranean through intensive cross-border cooperation. Partners from seven Mediterranean countries (Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, and Croatia) attended the conference in Podgorica.


The ‘Tourism Dialogue‘project is supported through the INTERREG Technical Support Programme for the Euro-Mediterranean Transnational Programme 2021-2027 (Euro-MED) and will last for seven years. In addition to NTO CG and MONSTAT, who is an associated partner in this project, partners include the Andalusian Public Foundation “El legado andalusi” from Spain as the leading partner in the project, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Region from France, the Institute for Agriculture and Tourism – IPTPO from Croatia, the Municipality of Varna from Bulgaria, the European Public Law Organisation – EPLO from Greece, the Ministry of Transport, Communications, and Works from Cyprus, the Lazio Region from Italy, and 24 other associated partners from the EUROMED area.”

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Source: Europe House Podgorica

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