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Terrorist attacks: J.-P. Huchon recommends a crisis management unit for tourism

former president of the IDF Regional Committee submits his report to the Prime Minister


Rédigé par The Editors translated by Joséphine Foucher le Mercredi 7 Septembre 2016

In a report submitted on Wednesday September 7, 2016 to Manuel Valls, Prime Minister, Jean-Paul Huchon, former president of the Ile-de-France Regional Committee, suggests solutions for France after the terrorist attacks: the creation of a national tourism observatory, a crisis management unit, a promotion campaign…



Jean-Paul Huchon is the former President of Île-de-France Region - Photo : Twitter
Jean-Paul Huchon is the former President of Île-de-France Region - Photo : Twitter
On Wednesday September 7, 2016, Jean-Paul Huchon, former President of the Île-de-France Regional Committee, submitted a report on “The France destination after the terrorist attacks” to the French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, reports codeFrance Info.

He states that it is difficult to measure the true consequences of the attacks that affected France these last few months. There are too many factors to take into account.

Hence, Jean-Paul Huchon offers to establish a national tourism observatory and a crisis management cell for the sector in France.

He also believes that it is a priority to boost the image of France, and more specifically of Paris. In this respect, he recommends the elaboration of an international promotion plan under the authority of a commissioner directly attached to the Prime Minister.

Attentats : J.-P. Huchon propose une cellule de gestion de crise pour le tourisme


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