Deputy UNWTO Secretary General ready to quit? Jaime Alberto Cabal Sanclemente may resign

Deputy UNWTO Secretary General ready to quit? Jaime Alberto Cabal Sanclemente may resign

Jaime Alberto Cabal Sanclemente of Colombia may have enough serving as the deputy secretary General for the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). He started his job only in June 2018.

There will be an official and an un-official version when the former Colombian Ambassador to Austria and candidate for the UNWTO Secretary-General will say goodbye as the Deputy leader of the UN- Tourism Agency. According to sources he accepted a job in the private industry.

According to UNWTO sources, the resignation took place and will be announced shortly. The unofficial reason is based on the unhealthy atmosphere at the UNWTO Madrid headquarter under the regime of current Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili from Georgia.


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