Restrictions on travel, introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, are slowly being eased, allowing tourism to restart in a growing number of destinations.
Zurab Pololikashvili, secretary-general, UNWTO, recently commented on the tourism restart, by saying:
“Global tourism has never been more united than it is now. Both in assessing the impact of COVID-19 and in looking at how we can restart tourism in a responsible way, based on the best that our sector has to offer: sustainability, innovation, collaboration and solidarity.
COVID-19 has placed the whole world on lockdown, with new research from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) showing that 100 percent of global destinations continue to have restrictions on travel in place, and 72 percent have completely closed their borders to international tourism.
In the face of an unprecedented challenge, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), with the support of the World Health Organization (WHO), has recently called on innovators and entrepreneurs to put forward new solutions to help the tourism sector recover from COVID-19.
Promoting those and many other of Warsaw's charms is top priority for WTO, according to Białkowska. "The main goal for future is to promote Warsaw as a city break destination.
Europe can and should continue to lead the way. “Security should and is a priority to us all; yet,