Baltic Assembly discusses developing regional tourism

A joint meeting entitled Building a Baltic Tourism Region - Investment for Tomorrow was held by the Economics, Energy and Innovation Committee, the Education, Science and Culture Committee, and the Welfare Committee of the Baltic Assembly in Jurbarkas, Lithuania. Keynote speakers of the meeting focused on the long-term Baltic tourism strategy, the press service of the Lithuanian parliament said.
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