In May 28th the third international workshop was organised in Kobuleti Municipality, Georgia.The event was organised in hybrid format, local participants from Georgia participated on site however the representatives from partner countries participated distantly via Zoom platform. Despite the fact that partners have no chance to meet each other physically the conference was really fruitful and successful. The stakeholders had a great opportunity to exchange ideas and experience with their colleagues, sharing the specificity of the topics in preserving the national heritage while using it as tourist attraction and as a mean of bringing together the nations in terms of culture and history. The discussions and presentations was based around the theme “Green Tourism Potential in the Black Sea Basin Regions”.
The stakeholders from all six partner country had chance to share their own experiences with regard green tourism potential in their regions.
During the workshop was broadcasted the video footage: Kobuleti Municipality – Cradle of Ancient, Historical and Natural Heritages. As international participants were not able to travel to Georgia to attend physically the event, as well as to go for the study visit, the video footage was prepared to provide unique opportunity for the stakeholders to get familiar with Kobuleti Municipality and to avaluate its tourist and energy efficient potential in heritage protection.
This kind of events respond to the necessity of the target group for obtaining opportunity for closing up the business environments, public authorities and heritage institutions and organisations from the Black Sea countries and facilitating the mutual relations. Multicultural and multidiverse events possess a strong potential to become traditional ones, as these correspond to the stakeholders aims and help them keep constantly updated. Additionally, the publicity of such forums and events attracts the users, which is additional benefit for the Black Sea tourist business.