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Research indicates need of a new international tourism organization

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - “The majority of private sector stakeholders of the tourism industry does not have any idea how the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) develops tourism barometers and what t

Three tourism organizations join TRI from Tajikistan trans-border tourism loop

DUSHANBE, Tajikistan - Extending further in Central Asia, three sustainable tourism-friendly organizations from Tajikistan have joined The Region Initiative (TRI).

New board of The Region Initiative begins work at start of...

The restructuring of The Region Initiative (TRI) was approved during the TRI Tashkent at the November 23, 2011 meeting by its country representatives of South Asia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia.

The International Council of Tourism Partners welcomes support of Pakistan-based initiative

The Region Initiative (TRI) is a tri-regional umbrella of tourism-related organizations, which functions as a link between three regions - South Asia, Central Asia, and Eastern Europe.

ETurboNews publisher appointed to The Region Initiative board

The well-known personality of the travel media world, Mr.

President of IIPT becomes board member for The Region Initiative

The world-acclaimed personality for peace through tourism, Mr. Louis D'Amore, has accepted the request of TRI to be on its board beginning January 1, 2012.

TRI collaborative efforts are a global model of peace through tourism

TASHKENT, Uzbekistan - "Strong tourism networking and direct contact among practitioners of [the] tourism industry is the only way to develop broad-based industry in South Asia, Central Asia, and East

Iran and Bangladesh join TRI

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - The Region Initiative (TRI) has expanded deeper into South Asia as the Bangladesh Tourism Foundation has joined TRI.

The Region Initiative extended to 14 countries

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (eTN) - Celebrating World Tourism Day (WTD), The Region Initiative (TRI) has further extended showing its presence in 15 countries of South Asia, Central Asia, and Eastern Europe a