Radio Havana Cuba | Cuba adheres to code for the protection of tourists

Radio Havana Cuba | Cuba adheres to code for the protection of tourists
Radio Havana Cuba | Cuba adheres to code for the protection of tourists

Cuba adheres to the international code for the protection of tourists.

Varadero, May 1 (RHC) The Cuban Minister of Tourism, Juan Carlos García, announced the day before through his account in X, the accession of his country to the International Code for the Protection of Tourists.

García assured that this assignment corresponds to the tourism of peace, health and security that the nation promotes as a destination.

The event occurred following the celebration in Cuba of the 69th Regional Tourism Commission for the Americas (CAM), inaugurated this day by the Prime Minister of the Caribbean country, Manuel Marrero, which was attended by 24 Ministers of Tourism from the member nations. .

The recognition was presented by the Secretary General of UN Tourism, Zurab Pololikashvili, and is made up of a broad set of principles and recommendations on the protection of tourists in emergency situations.

Without limiting itself to pandemics and the rights of tourists as consumers, the document seeks to restore consumer confidence in travel and provide sufficient guarantees to international tourists in the environment that emerged after Covid-19.

The edition of the CAM served as a space to debate, among other topics, the trends and perspectives of international tourism in the area and had as a prelude yesterday a seminar on community tourism.

A few hours before the 42nd edition of the International Tourism Fair (FITCuba 2024) will be held from May 1 to 5, this edition of the CAM that takes place in Cuba has the participation of executives from the sector on a global scale. (Source:PL)

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