The Conference of the Administrative Council of the African Tourism Development Organisation (ODTA) ended in Bamako on Thursday (10 December).
GV Delegates round table
SV Delegates, with world map in background
CU Mauritanian delegate
SV Ivorian and other delegates
MV PAN..Delegates - PAN ends on Congo Kinshasa representative
MV Delegate speaks -- PAN to other delegate
CU Speaker and another delegate
SCU Another speaker
SCU Delegate PAN to CU..Mali representative
CU Woman delegate
CU Delegates take notes (2 shots)
CU Congo-Kinshasa - TILT to Upper Volta and Senegalese delegates PAN to Congo-Kinshasa speaker
MV Congo-Kinshasa delegate speaks
GV PAN..Delegates round table
Initials OJP/JF/ES.14.50 OJP/JF/ES.14.55
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Background: The Conference of the Administrative Council of the African Tourism Development Organisation (ODTA) ended in Bamako on Thursday (10 December).
An outline of regional responsibilities was accepted by the Council, which had earlier officially adopted the Organisation's Statute. A budget of 50 million African francs was approved for 1971, and M. Gueye Youssouf of Sebegal appointed Director-General.
The final resolution of the Conference approved three new appointments. Mali's Minister of Tourism M. Bebele was designated Chairman of the Senegal River States Sub-region. His Gabonese counter-part M. Ondo becomes Vice-Chairman or the Central African Sub-region, and Dahomey's Minister of Tourism, M. Paolett, was appointed Second Vice-Chairman for the Sub-region which covers the States of the Council of Understanding... Dahomey, Niger, Ivory Coast, Togo and Upper Volta.
Before the Administrative Council ended its three-day conference it expressed satisfaction at the Democratic Republic of Congo's proposal of host future meetings at Kinshasa.