The report indicates that 96% of world destinations included travel restrictions in April 2022, which made it difficult for tourism to recoverThe UNWTO has prepared an official celebration this Tuesday in Bali in which it has brought together leaders from the public and private The UNWTO Secretary-General, Pololikashvili, has highlighted the “unique” opportunity that is presented to tourism to pause, reflect and recalibrateThe arrival of international tourists worldwide has recovered 57% of the pre-pandemic level between January and June 2022, according to the first report of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) of the World Tourism Day, which is celebrated this Tuesday. The study describes the work of the UNWTO to unite the sector in the face of the crisis, leading the response of tourism and laying the foundations for a more inclusive and resilient future. Likewise, the report indicates that 96% of world destinations included travel restrictions in April 2022, which differs hid the recovery of tourism. On the occasion of this International Day, the UNWTO has prepared an official celebration this Tuesday in Bali (Republic of Indonesia), in which it has brought together leaders from the public and private sectors, in addition to having the largest number of Ministers of Tourism from different countries. Specifically, the Ministers of Tourism of Indonesia, as well as those of Bahrain, the Republic of Korea, Fiji, Spain and Saudi Arabia, met together with the Vice Ministers of Tourism of Cambodia and Japan and representatives high-level representatives from Germany, Canada and the United States.”The restart of tourism”At the opening of the celebrations, the UNWTO Secretary-General, Zurab Pololikashvili, highlighted the “unique” opportunity for tourism to make a pause, reflect and recalibrate: “The restart of tourism everywhere brings hope.” “It is a transversal sector par excellence and a sector that is based on contact between people. It affects almost everything we do and everything we care about. The potential of tourism is now more recognized than ever and it is up to us to harness it,” added Pololikashvili. Joining the UNWTO, the Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Indonesia, Sandiaga Uno, has highlighted the most important assets of tourism, who are “the people and the planet” and to whom “we must ensure the best support for both”.