Effective participation of Mintur in the I Binational Meeting of Nightlife and Tourism Economic climate – La Voz

Inside of the framework of reestablishing relations between Colombia and Venezuela, a Mintur delegation, chaired by the Vice Minister of International Tourism, Leticia Gómez Hernández, representing Minister Alí Padrón, participated with good accomplishment in the First Binational Meeting of Nightlife Economy and Tourism, which took put in the metropolis of Cúcuta, on Wednesday, Might 31.
The opportunity was propitious for our state to present the achievements that the Tourism motor has proven, specifically in the very last two yrs, experiencing the ravages of the financial blockade and the COVID-19 pandemic with creativeness and concrete actions.
In this distinct, Gómez Hernandez pointed out how, via the constitution functions applied with Russia, Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago, “global vacationer visits to Venezuela have improved appreciably, evidencing an increase of 22.57%, in the time period January-April 2013, as opposed to the former 12 months. This improve will keep on in the course of the relaxation of the 12 months with the incorporation of new functions with Colombia, Poland, Mexico and Italy, amongst others”.
Also taking part in this conference was Asdrúbal Rincones, executive director of the Nationwide Institute of Tourism (Inatur), who was current at the Governance panel of La Noche which addressed the issue of “Bets from Community Coverage in the Territories”.
The activity, which served to endorse and market the country’s exportable tourism supply, also involved the participation of Azucena Jaspe, rector of the National College of Tourism.

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