Good investment climate in tourism in the DR highlighted in Miami

The mayor of Santo Domingo East, Manuel Jiménez, and the consul of the Dominican Republic in the city of Miami, Geanilda Vásquez, promoted the country’s tourism and development potential to local authorities and investors who participated in the Inter-American Conference of Mayors and local Authorities, organized by Miami-Dade County.

In that sense, Consul Geanilda Vásquez highlighted the attractions and the potential of sustainable tourism in the different regions of the Dominican Republic, while Mayor Jiménez highlighted the favorable impact that the country will have in the coming years thanks to the transit organization plan implemented by President Luis Abinader.

“Tourists value spaces where the environment is taken care of, and in our country we are advancing in that sense. It is an added value to the visitor’s experience. President Abinader’s government is paying great attention to this issue,” he said.

Both officials agreed in highlighting the good investment climate that exists in the country and the opportunities offered by the State to develop new sustainable and environmentally friendly tourism projects.

The 26th Inter-American Conference of Mayors and Local Authorities is organized by the authorities of Miami-Dade County, under the direction of Mayor Daniella Levine Cava.

It was held from Thursday, February 22 to Friday, February 23, with the participation of Bahamas, Barbados, Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Costa Rica, Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, and other nations of the region.

Source: Arecoa.com

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