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4. Encourages the World Tourism Organization to promote effective follow-up to the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, with the involvement of relevant stakeholders in the tourism sector; 5. Requests the Secre t a ry-General to follow up developments related to the imple-mentation of the present resolution based on the re p o rts of the World ...
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fisheries and tourism, at the same time ensuring that the coasts are maintained in a clean and healthy state, so as to enhance their recreational state. What the department failed to indicate was how the above offer these opportunities and how sustainable these projects are in order for them to give effect to the right to a clean and healthy