JAKARTA, ITN-ASEAN- Seven cooperation efforts in the field of tourism have been agreed as a mitigation step for sectors considered most affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. The aim of social and cultural cooperation between ASEAN countries is to create harmony and mutual progress. 8. signing a joint agreement in the area of the ATA agreement on ASEAN tourism; Examples of cooperation between ASEAN countries in the field of education are: the objective of policy and security cooperation is to bring security, stability and peace to ASEAN countries. Another ASEAN objective is to establish active cooperation and help each other on issues of common interest. Cooperation in the socio-cultural areas of ASEAN Member States is an example: fifth, tourism ministers agreed to support the development and implementation of the COVID-19 crisis recovery plan and to strengthen ASEAN`s tourism capacity, as well as joint efforts to promote tourism and commercialisation to promote ASEAN as its only sect. ASEAN`s social and cultural cooperation is provided by COSD (Comittee on Social Development). International organizations such as ASEAN are being set up to minimize problems arising from interactions between countries in different areas. KOMPAS.com – Forms of cooperation between ASEAN countries in the field of social and cultural, political and security education.
ASEAN countries continue to cooperate bilaterally and multilaterally in the field of education. Second, strengthen the cooperation of the National Tourism Organization (NGO) with other relevant ASEAN sectors, including health, information, transport and immigration, as well as with ASEAN`s external partners, to jointly implement comprehensive, transparent and rapid measures to mitigate and reduce the effects of COVID-19 and other future crises. Political cooperation was established by the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) to discuss recent cases of ASEAN concern. The aim of education cooperation is to improve the quality of education in Southeast Asia and increase international competitiveness. Fourth, this cooperation also includes the implementation of appropriate policies and measures to build trust between national and international visitors from Southeast Asia, including the development of standards and guidelines to improve health and safety factors for the protection of workers and hotel communities and other tourism-related sectors. “There is a need for close cooperation in the fight against the impact of COVID-19 on the tourism sector in the ASEAN region. It is time for all ASEAN members to meet. Together, we can be strong,” said Angela. Read also: The obstacles and driving factors of ASEAN cooperation. The meeting resulted in a joint seven-point declaration with all TOURISM ministers from ASEAN countries on strengthening tourism cooperation, one of the economic sectors most affected by the pandemic. 2) support women and youth in development efforts; Sixth, ministers agreed to accelerate the implementation of micro and macroeconomic policy policies by providing technical assistance and financial incentives, tax cuts, capacity building capacity and capacity capacity, particularly digital skills for tourism and tourism players.