The Slovenian Tourist Board (STO) is to open an office in Brussels on 1 January, to be headed by Rok Klancnik
The Slovenian Tourist Board (STO) is to open an office in Brussels on 1 January, to be headed by Rok Klancnik, the national tourism organisation said on Monday, 20 November.
Klancnik, the former head of communication at the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), is just one of the newly-appointed heads of the STO's offices abroad.
The board also chose Majda Rozina Dolenc for its representative in Germany's Munich and Gorazd Skrt for its office in Italy's Milan.
The presentation of the new heads of offices took place as part of the STO's meeting with representatives of Slovenian tourism companies in Crnomelj, SE Slovenia.
The STO believes the Brussels' office will make a significant contribution to improving Slovenia's standing as a tourism destination on the Belgian market and strengthen the country's contacts with various EU institutions.
Source: Slovenian Press Agency STA
Author: STA, Slovenian National Press Agency