REAFFIRMING our commitment to the rules and principles set out in the General Agreement on Trade in Services and to our policy of application to the tourism and travel sectors (5) strengthening measures to prevent threats and exploitation of cultural heritage and natural resources related to tourism; and Member States are conducting ongoing negotiations on trade in tourism services, in line with the ASEAN Framework Agreement on Services. (9) promoting investment opportunities in the ASEAN tourism sector; (6) strengthen mutual assistance in human resource development and strengthen cooperation in the development, modernisation and development of tourism and tourism infrastructure and services in ASEAN; And the ASEAN Tourism Agreement (ATA) is an example of ASEAN socio-cultural cooperation, namely the Joint Agreement in the field of TOURISM ATF is a regional effort to promote the ASEAN region as a tourist destination. This annual event covers all tourism sectors of ten ASEAN member countries, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, as well as three Asian countries, namely China, India and Korea. (10) cooperation on the use of information technology in the ASEAN tourism and travel sector; and (3) encourage cooperation between ASEAN national tourism organisations and the tourism sector, in particular airlines, hotels and travel resorts, travel agencies and tour operators, for the marketing and promotion of transnational travel packages, including sub-regional growth areas; (6) Take strict measures to prevent the abuse and exploitation of persons, especially women and children, in the context of tourism. . . .