Penandatanganan Kesepakatan Bersama Asean Tourism Agreement Merupakan Kerjasama Dalam Bidang
The aim of social and cultural cooperation between ASEAN countries is to create harmony and mutual progress. 8. signing a joint ASEAN Tourism Agreement (ATA); The President of the Republic of Indonesia (RI), Joko Widodo (Jokowi), received the number 21 FIFA jersey. It was seen at the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between ASEAN and FIFA. Each ASEAN member state is invited to take an active role and participate in cooperation efforts to support the well-being of its own country. ASEAN countries continue to cooperate bilaterally and multilaterally in the field of education. Activities in the area of ASEAN health cooperation, which is divided into three main elements: food security, the promotion of a healthy lifestyle and communicable diseases. Political cooperation was established by the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) to examine current cases of concern in Asean. ASEAN Member States have revised or corrected their targets for the number of international tourism visits and revenues from the tourism sector. 4. The Education Olympic Games are often held at the regional level in Southeast Asia.
Example: Pertamina hosted the National Olympic Science Games (NSO) in 2015. First, the ministers agreed to promote ASEAN coordination to speed up the exchange of travel information, including health standards and other measures needed by ASEAN member states to stem the spread of the COVID 19 epidemic by strengthening the activities of the ASEAN Tourism Crisis Communication Team (ATCCT). According to Angela Hat, Indonesia is committed with all ASEAN member states to promoting a common vision of tourism sector mitigation and recovery, both during and after the COVID 19 pandemic. AMMSWD is a forum for ASEAN ministerial meetings on cooperation in the handling of welfare issues. Fourth, this cooperation also includes the implementation of appropriate policies and measures to build trust between national and international visitors from Southeast Asia, including the development of standards and guidelines to improve health and safety factors for the protection of workers and hotel communities and other tourism-related sectors.