HAVANA._ Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago signed a cooperation agreement intended to promote the flow of tourists and boost the Caribbean region as a destination.

On the occasion of a visit to Cuba in late March, the Minister of Tourism Gerard Hadeed signed the agrement with his Cuban counterpart Manuel Marrero.

 Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago signed a cooperation agreement intended to promote the flow of tourists and boost the Caribbean region as a destination.The agreement also addresses topics such as training and promotion of investments, exchange of scientific and technical knowledge, environmental impact assessments, and the study and development of new tourism products.

Hadeed and his delegation visited heritage sites and other places of interest. They also met with national directors of the Professional Training for Tourism System (FORMATUR) as well as Havana’s Hotel and Tourism School, where they learned about the professional training system for this industry.

The delegation from Trinidad and Tobago also met with Foreign Trade and Investment Minister, Rodrigo Malmierca, and the Vice President of the Council of Ministers Ricardo Cabrisas.

This intergovernmental agreement aims to boost cooperation in the sector based on the good relations between the two countries, according to an official release.

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