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As a measure to boost tourism, the Indian Government implemented a new visa policy in November 2014, allowing tourists and business visitors to obtain a \"visa on arrival\" at 28 international airports, by acquiring an Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) online before arrival, without having to visit an Indian consulate or visa centre. In April 2015, the \"visa on arrival\" scheme was renamed \"e-Tourist Visa\" (or \"e-TV\") to avoid confusion.
With a focus on early intervention and upstream processes, UNESCO and UNWTO, have developed policy guidance initiatives for Silk Road destinations to work towards a common sustainable tourism strategy for visitor management, site presentation and promotion along the heritage Corridors.
Based on the report of the international workshop on Advancing Sustainable Tourism at Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites (Mogao, China, September 2009), the World Heritage Committee at its 34th session adopted the policy orientations which define the relationship between World Heritage and sustainable tourism (Decision 34 COM 5F.2).
4. Welcomes the report of the international workshop on Advancing Sustainable Tourism at Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites (Mogao, China, September 2009) and adopts the policy orientation which defines the relationship between World Heritage and sustainable tourism (Attachment A); 153554b96e