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18 May 2012

VICTORIA FALLS (Papers) – The 37th edition of the Africa Travel Association Congress starts in Vic Falls today with organisers optimistic that the gathering will market Zimbabwe as a safe and attractive tourist destination.

The congress, which is a precursor to the 2013 UNWTO general assembly is expected to attract hordes of tourists. ATA congress has attracted more than 500 delegates from as far as the United States of America and America itself has 62 delegates attending. At least 16 government ministers from the region and beyond are expected to attend, while Vice President Joice Mujuru, will officially open the event tomorrow. NewsDay and Daily News says the country’s aviation industry will come under the spotlight at the conference