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(3) improving education programmes and skills in tourism training and formulating competency standards and certification procedures that eventually lead to mutual recognition of skills and qualifications in the ASEAN region; CONSCIENTS that tourism plays a valuable role in closing the development gap between ASEAN Member States and promoting mutual understanding and regional stability; VU the Manila Declaration of 15 December 1987 expressing ASEAN`s determination to promote travel within ASEAN and strengthen the ASEAN tourism industry; “Several studies indicate that it takes at least five years for the tourism sector to return to normal after COVID-19. But I think ASEAN is better than that, tourism in our region will recover more quickly on one condition, we need to strengthen cooperation and cooperation,” said Angela. (2) strengthen cooperation between ASEAN Member States in the tourism sector in order to improve its efficiency and competitiveness; (1) develop non-restrictive arrangements allowing ASEAN Member States to use tourism professionals and skilled workers in the region on the basis of bilateral agreements; (6) Take strict measures to prevent tourism-related abuse and exploitation against people, especially women and children. In terms of accessibility for all, ASEAN should move towards inclusive tourism. The objective of an inclusive tourism sector can only be achieved if ASEAN meets certain challenges, particularly in the less developed regions of the region. (9) promote investment opportunities in the ASEAN tourism industry; (6) the development and strengthening of ASEAN cooperation in overseas markets and major international tourism and travel fairs; The Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Angela Tanoesoedibjo, represented Indonesia at the meeting of ASEAN tourism ministers entitled “Special Meeting of ASEAN Tourism Ministers (M-ATM) on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) ” Wednesday evening (COVID-19)”. (3) encourage cooperation between ASEAN`s national tourism organisations and the tourism industry, in particular airlines, hotels and resorts, travel agencies and tour operators, for the marketing and promotion of transnational travel packages, including sub-regional growth areas; Phase 3 of the program ended in October 2017. 20 tourism professionals from Southeast Asia participated in the Advanced Russian Language Training for ASEAN Tour Operators project. The course took place at the Russian National University of Tourism and Services (RSUTS). (11) Promote public-private partnerships in the field of tourism marketing and promotion, in cooperation with international and regional tourism organizations and other relevant organizations. (3) encourage, where appropriate, the adoption of environmental management standards and certification programmes for sustainable tourism, as well as the assessment and monitoring of the impact of tourism on local communities, culture and nature, particularly in environmentally and culturally sensitive areas; Angela said Indonesia was demanding with all ASEAN member states to promote a common vision of tourism sector mitigation and recovery, both during and after the COVID 19 pandemic.