The Mexican government signed a specific cooperation tourism program with Peru in order to perform joint and concrete activities for the development of economic and tourism potential in both countries.
Through the Department of Tourism and Promotion of Peru (Promperú), both governments will promote the exchange of experiences and information based on their development projects of tourism, rural tourism and gastronomy.
Both countries will celebrate two seminars: one in Lima, Peru during the second half of 2014, and another in Mexico City during the first half of 2015. Both units will work together on the following issues: an exchange of experiences related to the diversification of tourism through the program Magic Towns, and the development of thematic routes as well as the transmission of effective practices in the development of niche markets, rural tourism and gastronomy.
The Specific Program of Cooperation for 2014-2015 was signed by the Secretary of Tourism Claudia Ruiz Massieu and the director of Promperú María del Carmen de Reparaz, having as honorable witnesses the President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto and the President of Peru Ollanta Huamala during his official visit to Mexico.
Mexico’s Department of Tourism indicated that other agreements related to the development of safety, health, tourism, indigenous issues and bilateral trade will soon be signed.
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