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El Salvador After Mexican Tourism Alliance

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Mexico is in the sights of El Salvador as the country aims to build tourism partnership to boost visitors between the two countries.

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Original Article Text From El Mundo via Google Translate :

El Salvador after tourism alliance with Mexico

The country aims to build partnerships to boost tourism to Mexico and vice versa.

The country aims to make strategic alliances with Mexico in tourism, aiming to strengthen its strategic relations between both nations.

Yesterday, the Minister of Tourism of El Salvador, Jose Napoleon Duarte first met with Robert Borge Angulo, governor of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, to advance the leadership rigistran both tourist destinations.

“The meeting served to share their knowledge and projects in tourism and destinations which are two leading benchmarks and international recognition in Central America and the Caribbean, respectively,” said the Tourism Ministry said in a statement.

“Given his experience in this sector, the exchange of information and best practices are key factors to develop new partnerships and programs that contribute to the development of the tourism sector, as the center of economic activity for the growth of their countries,” the State portfolio.

The meeting was held in the framework of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), held in Quintana Roo.

Other topics
Another point to be discussed at the meeting, said the Mitur, is the current situation and the progress that has taken the Mundo Maya program that brings together the two countries along with Guatemala, Honduras and Belize heirs of that civilization.

Currently the chair of the Mundo Maya is chaired by El Salvador, through the Minister Duarte.

This meeting seeks to plan strategies that will drive countries to boost year-round destination of the archaeological world.

SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS
• In his tour of Mexico, Minister Duarte, has managed to position El Salvador as a highly attractive destination.

• El Salvador has shown interest for the country to host the World Fair Maya 2013.

• The fair would position the country as a destination to internacioanles markets.

• The idea of ​​the show will sell the archaeological tourist destinations in the Mayan World.

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