Cuba and Venezuela Forge New Tourism Partnerships

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By LatAm Reports Editor

In a significant move to bolster tourism ties, Venezuela and Cuba have entered into two cooperative agreements in the tourism sector. Venezuelan Tourism Minister Ali Padron announced the development following a meeting with Cuban Tourism Minister Juan Carlos Garcia Granda in Barquisimeto, Lara state.

These agreements are aimed at fostering trade relationships specifically tailored to the tourism industry. Minister Padron highlighted that the state of Lara is set to play a crucial role in this partnership, becoming a key supplier for Cuban tourism enterprises. He emphasized that high-quality products from Lara will be exported directly to Cuban hotels, utilizing the facilities of Jacinto International Airport in the region.

This new collaboration marks a step forward in strengthening the economic and cultural exchanges between Venezuela and Cuba, particularly in the realm of tourism. The direct export of products from Lara to Cuban hotels underscores the commitment to enhancing the quality and reach of services in the tourism sector.