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CNIEL - The French Dairy Board and the European Union hosted a select group of foodies, dairy importers and trade partners, to an exclusive dinner recently to highlight the versatility of French butter in gastronomy, under the theme of colourful butter sauces.

World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) congratulated the European Union (EU) on the adoption of the new European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), a pre-authorisation system which allows the EU to know who is entering the EU, from where and if they pose a risk to EU security.

European Regions Airline Association (ERA) welcomed European Council’s adoption of updated European Union (EU) aviation safety rules aiming to increase efficiency and lower costs, while bringing about greater competitiveness and less administration for airspace users.

Over the last 12 months, the EU and Tunisia have developed much closer relations and stepped up their cooperation in the various fields.

European Travel Commission (ETC), the continent’s association of national tourism boards, has partnered with European Tourism Association (ETOA) and several European destinations, to host the first pan-European familiarisation (FAM) trip for the Chinese market.

With sustainable tourism increasingly growing across Europe, UNWTO and the European Parliament signed an agreement on February 28 to further enhance and improve the sector across the continent.

Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) has written to the British treasury minister calling for an urgent review of the UK card payments market.

The European Union (EU) has concluded negotiations on a far-reaching aviation agreement with Tunisia.

The European Commission, on behalf of the European Union (EU) has approved the disbursement of a EUR100 million (USD117,4 million) loan to Jordan under its Macro-Financial Assistance programme, expected to take place during the course of 2018.


According to Eurostat, in 2015 nearly 90 percent of all tourism nights in the European Union (EU) were by EU residents, while EU inhabitants spent almost 85 percent of their tourism nights within the EU.