Българска асоциация на журналистите и писателите по туризма - ABUJET
Bulgarian association of journalists and travel writers - ABUJET
Association Bulgare des Journalistes et Ecrivains du Tourisme (ABUJET)
Asociación Búlgara de Periodistas y escritores de Turismo
In the remote 1956 in Sofia a group of tourism and travel journalists founded the Bulgarian Association of Tourism Journalists and Writers (ABUJET)at the Bulgarian Journalists’ Union. The Bulgarian association joined FIJET at the congress in Cologne in 1957 - only a year after the first congress of FIJET, which is held in 1956 in Nice .

Today in ABUJET participate as members 38 journalists from the leading Bulgarian media, 28 of them are members of FIJET.  ABUJET founded in 1956 is the oldest branch professional journalistic organization in the country. Its main objective since the start is to unite journalists and writers, writing about tourism, and to promote Tourism in the country, as well as members’ publications both in Bulgaria and abroad. In spite of its many years of history, the youthful enthusiasm and friendship are governing in ABUJET. During this long period the organization has never discontinued its activities and has never been an arena for misconceptions or strife.

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Madrid, Spain, 23 June 2020 – Restrictions on travel, introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, are slowly being eased, allowing tourism to restart in a growing number of destinations. The latest research by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) shows that 22% of all destinations worldwide (48 destinations) have started to ease...

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World tourism remains at a standstill as 100% of countries impose restrictions on travel

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COVID-19 has placed the whole world on lockdown, with new research from the World Tourism Organization showing that 100% of global destinations continue to have restrictions on travel in place, and 72% have completely closed their borders to international tourism. From the start of the crisis, the United Nations specialized agency for tourism...

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Coronavirus: EU supports the recovery of the tourism sector

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The Commission is supporting Member States as they deal with the impact of the coronavirus on the tourism sector. At a videoconference yesterday, EU Ministers discussed the implications of the coronavirus outbreak on the tourism industry, mitigating measures and the recovery strategy for the tourism ecosystem, which is one of the most damaged by...

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100% of global destinations now have covid-19 travel restrictions, unwto reports

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The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted all destinations worldwide to introduce restrictions on travel, research by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has found. This represents the most severe restriction on international travel in history and no country has so far lifted restrictions introduced in response to the crisis. Following up on...

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