Paraguay and Ecuador join the International Code for the Protection of Tourists

The code seeks to address cooperation in legal frameworks between countries to protect tourists in emergencies and their protection as consumers, seeking minimum international standards.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Paraguay and Ecuador are the first countries in the Americas to adhere to the International Code for the Protection of Tourists during the 67th meeting of the regional commission of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

Through the National Secretariat of Tourism (Senatur), Paraguay, being part of the International Code . . .

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