Venezuela strengthens post COVID-19 tourism and commercial strategies with Mexico
Complying with the guidelines issued by the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, to strengthen alliances with countries in the world, in order to continue developing the Post-pandemic COVID-19 Homeland Tourism Motor, the People’s Power Minister for the Tourism and Foreign Trade, Félix Plasencia, held a working meeting with the charge d’affaires of Mexico in the country, Mauricio Vizcaíno Crespo.
During the important meeting, the Minister was able to learn about the Mexican experience in the tourism field, with the recent publication of the “Guidelines for the Reopening of Tourism”, published by the Secretary of Tourism (Sectur) and its Undersecretary for Prevention and Promotion of Health, which establishes the recommendations for this sector, focused on preventing and mitigating the risks of contagion to the maximum by means of personal and environmental hygiene measures and healthy distance as a priority in the new normality.
In terms of trade, both authorities reviewed bilateral trade relations, also highlighted the role of Mexican companies in food imports.
With this meeting, Venezuela aims to continue generating the common good for both countries by strengthening agreements that contribute to national development.
Mexico had the first place in Receptive Tourism in 2019 with the arrival of 39 million tourists, so their experience is invaluable for the improvement of Venezuela’s tourism promotion capacity.