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  • Globalization has allowed a world with a multitude of connections, of all kinds. Among them, the international relations between countries and institutions stand out. The ease of developing and maintaining these relationships in a globalized world has led to a wide growth of them. This has in turn generated an increase in the number of travels made by representatives of governments and institutions in the exercise of their duties, within the framework of a new tourism niche: the GITT (Governmental and Institutional Travel and Tourism) sector, which implies a series of peculiarities that differentiate it from any other sector.

  • The travels made by governments and large institutions within the framework of their international relations - to deal with State affairs, the negotiation and conclusion of treaties, agreements, covenants, international conventions, the normal course of diplomatic and consular relations, or the participation in international conferences, among others - are dynamic and have a high positive impact at the economic and social level.

  • The Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, also known by its acronym SDG, refers to the initiative promoted by the United Nations (UN) towards the adoption of a set of 17 goals of universal application focused on eradicating poverty, protecting the planet and ensuring prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda (1): the Agenda 2030 on Sustainable Development. These goals were set in 2015 as the predecessors of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), and are intended to achieve those targets that could not be achieved over a period of 15 years.


Viajes de gobiernos y grandes instituciones. Un sector con unas necesidades especiales por su propia naturaleza y categoría y rango de sus viajeros

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