The Minister Roger Kacou and a pool of experts Ivorian sojourn Kingdom of Morocco, on the occasion of the 1st of this integrated vision Day tourist. On Tuesday, January 26, the Kingdom of Morocco adopted a charter called “responsible and sustainable tourism” on the sidelines of the 1st National Day organized by the country whose tourist expertise is well established. Y participant, Roger Kacou, Ivorian Minister of Tourism, head of a delegation of experts from his office supports be in phase with the Moroccan vision. With the key, the transition review joint projects in infrastructure, training and regulatory adjustments in tourism. That at least is the assertion by the channel of correspondence, management of communication of the Ivorian Ministry of Tourism. The Morocco, in fact, aims to position itself as a reference destination for sustainable and responsible development around the Mediterranean. Responsible tourism, or ethical tourism is a term that is opposed to mass tourism covering several forms of alternative tourism practice. Objectives: economic development and vitality of local communities by involving ethnic tourism in the local economy, a fair and stable remuneration of partners, decent working conditions, knowledge exchange and best practice … (Fair Tourism), long-term preservation of natural resources, cultural and social (sustainable tourism), a genuine encounter between travelers and the local population (participatory tourism). Respect the culture and nature The Ivorian delegation, beyond the point the day, according to the official Moroccan press agency (Map), also take part in the regional seminar on cleaner production and consumption patterns applied to the tourism sector, until January 30, with the invitation of the Moroccan Tourism Minister Lahcen Haddad.During this stay, Ivorians and Moroccans have in-depth discussions on issues of common interests. Especially welcomes Abidjan, in March, the foundations of the World Tourism Organization (Omt). Including the implementation of the deal fair and solidarity tourism. It is meant by fair and responsible tourism, especially the North-South relationship. The tourism fair allows local populations (South) to take greater socio-economic benefits of tourism, as it is developed by or at least with them, in order to improve their living conditions. Solidarity tourism includes forms of alternative tourism that put the human journey from the center and the meeting and which are part of a territorial development logic. The involvement of local people in the different phases of the tourism project, the respect for people, cultures and nature, and a more equitable distribution of resources generated are the foundations of this type of tourism. Source: Fraternité Matin REMI COULIBALY