Cuba joins forces with trinidad and tobago to lend itself to multicast
Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago have signed a tourism agreement in promoting to increase the flows of passengers and the impulse to the Caribbean multi, inter alia.
An official statement of the Ministry of tourism (Mintur) added to that heading occurred as part of the visit to the island’s Tourism Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Gerard Hadeed, who signed the document along with the holder of Mintur, Manuel Marrero.
The subjects addressed in the agreement include, in addition, training and investment promotion, the professional exchange of scientific-technical knowledge, conducting studies, environmental impact assessments, and the study and development of new tourist products.
Hadeed and his delegation made the visit to Cuba from 28 to 31 March, with tours of heritage facilities and other sites of interest. in addition, exchanges in the national direction of Formatur and school of hotel tourism in Havana, where it could learn about the system of vocational training for the recreational industry. The Trinitarian delegation also held meetings with foreign trade and investment Rodrigo Malmierca, Foreign Minister and the Vice-President of the Council of Ministers Ricardo Cabrisas.