PARLACEN states that a regional agenda is crucial to reactivate tourism

The Central American Parliament (PARLACEN) concluded the regional forums programmed in person and virtually in Panama and affirmed that it is necessary to implement a regional agenda to recover tourism in the region and reduce the negative impact caused to the sector by the Coronavirus.

The PARLACEN deputies met to discuss the programmed topics with the commissions of Tourism, Women and Political Parties of the Central American body.

The Dominican Republic was represented by deputies Ramón Emilio Goris, vice-president of the sub-headquarters; Franklin de la Cruz, secretary and the other deputies of the parliamentary group.

The Chamber of Deputies was represented by a commission headed by Deputy Anibal Díaz, president of the Tourism Commission of the Chamber.

Goris, emphasized the importance of the topics discussed by PARLACEN and affirmed that the pronouncements of the forums and particularly the conclusions of the tourism forum were very appropriate.

He said that it was very necessary to discuss with PARLACEN, the Ministry and the Chamber of Tourism of Panama and to deal with all the actors the possibilities and the treatment involved in a regional agenda for the reactivation of tourism in the Central American countries and the Dominican Republic.

“We are at a crucial moment for our countries to assume a work agenda to reactivate tourism and thus promote economic recovery and recovery of employees,” concluded Goris.

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