Mexico City – According to an article in the Latin American Herald Tribune, Mexico and the European Union have signed an agreement designed to strengthen bilateral tourism:
“Tourism is an activity that has the ability to generate economic growth, development and employment, as well as social integration. Therefore, we must acknowledge the benefits of promoting tourism cooperation between Mexico and Europe,” a joint EU-Mexican government statement said.
The pact calls for the adoption of measures to ease the flow of visitors between Europe and Mexico, boost travel promotion, bolster the use of existing airlines and improve the availability of lodging.
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