World Economic Forum as of late released its Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, which examines the travel and tourism areas in 136 nations and positions them in light of the commonness of brutality and terroristic oppression and not on insignificant violations or petty misdemeanors. We would hope with the recent National Terrorism Act, Pakistan would have notched up a place or two? Wrong! Pakistan ended up among the worst countries.
As a piece of the report, the WEF positions the wellbeing of each of those nations. To think of this positioning, the discussion “measures the extent to which a country exposes tourists and businesses to security risks mainly related to serious harm to people (violence and terrorism).”
The report further states:
“Religious conflict has plagued Pakistan for years, and violence against certain religious groups is still common throughout the country.
Pakistan’s government also greatly limits freedom of speech and forbids foreigners access to numerous places throughout the country.”
As indicated by the report, Pakistan positions at fourth hazardous most nation for tourists, close by Nigeria, El Salvador, Yemen and Colombia. We’re actually going downhill in tourism and travel which the government already has neglected so much in the past.
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Here are the top 10 most dangerous countries for tourists:
- El Salvador
Despite the fact that WEF is a respectable foundation, the positioning does not portray a persuading picture regarding Pakistan as the nation has report 45% less terrorist militant action in the recent years, as per a GTI report.
The unfaltering change is there for anyone passing by to view and now, it is up to the administration and tourism divisions to alter the bogus picture of Pakistan gliding on the universal surface.
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