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27 tour operators signed agreements at FitBolívar

State government and Rutaca will strengthen air bridge to expand tourist activity

According to the balance presented by the Secretary of Government, Brizeida Quiñones, reported that 27 agreements were signed between tour operators and the Government of Bolívar state, while 5 letters of intent for inter-institutional cooperation were also executed between the Ministry of Tourism, Inatur and the Government this during the closure of the Bolívar 2024 International Tourism Fair (FitBolívar).

The activity that brought together private and public companies for 3 days, showed through seminars, talks, gastronomic and cultural presentations the benefits of Bolívar as an ancestral land.

Quiñones commented that more than five thousand people toured the different stands to learn more about the tourism dynamic and how to join it, and thus contribute from their spaces.

Among the established letters of intent, the union between the National University of Tourism and the Government stands out, which seeks to deepen the entire route of knowledge and practice to enhance good service to users.

Likewise, it was also announced that from the Experimental University of Guayana (Uneg), training will be given in the tourism area for people of different ages and without leaving the entity, this mechanism being the first stage of learning in this branch.

In that sense, the Secretary of Government explained that the new alliance between Rutaca and the regional executive will allow the creation of a series of air bridges with national and international departures that connect Bolívar.

Inatur together with the Ministry of Tourism presented the Tourism Guide certificate to 77 participants from the Angostura del Orinoco and Caroní municipalities, this as part of the concrete action agenda that is being carried out in this important sector.

Likewise, the Vice Minister of National Tourism and national director of Inatur, Asdrúbal Rincones pointed out that more than a fair, this showcase is a commitment to the future of the Venezuelan territory. “We believe in the potential of tourism as an engine of economic and social progress; Working together is essential to position Venezuela and Bolívar in the world tourism panorama.”

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