Introduction to the China - CEEC's Tourism Coordination Centre (TCC)
The China – CEEC’s Tourism Coordination Centre (TCC) was established in Budapest in May 2014, on the initiative of Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. The TCC is the executive body of a joint professional platform for China and the 16 CEE countries in the field of tourism. The mutual commitment of 16+1 paved the way for professional cooperation forms between the two regions.
The mission of the TCC is to collect and share information and connect tourism stakeholders from CEE and China. By promoting the region as a single and unique destination, the TCC supports the cooperating Central and Eastern European countries to be more visible in the Chinese tourism market.
China, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Montenegro, Poland, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia joined the cooperation on a voluntary basis. Greece joined in April 2019.
The TCC is seated in Budapest, Hungary, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and is active on its website www.ceenter-china.com and on Linkedin. You can connect TCC at [email protected]