On the occasion of the Romanian Tourism Fair, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), together with the representatives of the European Commission (DG Reform), as well as the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Business Environment, launched, after about a year since the start of the project, the Report “Operationalisation of Destination Management Organisations in Romania”.

Meanwhile, from last September, the Romanian Law of Tourism was adopted, which stipulates the existence of Destination Management Organizations (DMOs) as public-private non-governmental organizations, which are meant to implement the so-called integrated management of tourism destinations. They will be established and will be officially accredited following the elaboration of their own promotion and marketing strategies.

In fact, this Report precedes the future DMO Operation Manual (March 2020), which is hoped that it could produce, from the point of view of the European Commission, “positive effects for Romanian tourism”.

The Danube Moldova Noua Association was present at the event through the participation of President Corneliu MARTIN.