Guyana, Argentina in bilateral tourism cooperation pact

Bilateral cooperation between the governments of Guyana and Argentina to improve tourism within the South American nations will soon begin its first phase following the launch of two projects yesterday.

At a small press conference, Minister of Tourism and Commerce Irfaan Ali lauded the two initiatives, aimed at tourism and the management of protected areas respectively, and deemed their benefits “resounding.”

According to Argentina’s Ambassador to Guyana Luis Alberto Martino, the first project will be implemented in three phases commencing early June.

The first phase, he said, will involve a visit to Argentina by two Guyana tourism experts. The visit will afford the experts with the opportunity to engage in week-long discussions with the Argentine government and to visit the interior of the country. The visits will be to strategic locations such as national parks …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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