Meetings in the capital move the Brazilian trade
The Minister of Tourism, Marcelo Álvaro Antônio, stressed that "now is the time of tourism. It is an important moment for the necessary changes, and place the sector in the center of the country's political and economic agenda. We have President Bolsonaro as an ally"
These were the main topics discussed today (6), in Brasilia, by the leaders of the sector, the meetings promoted at the Federal Chamber, the Mixed Parliamentary Front in Defense of Tourism (Frentur), and in the afternoon , at the National Confederation of Commerce, Goods, Services and Tourism, the CNC.
The Minister of Tourism, Marcelo Álvaro Antônio, stressed that "now is the time of tourism. It is an important moment for the necessary changes, and place the sector in the center of the country's political and economic agenda. We have President Bolsonaro as an ally, "he said.
During the afternoon meeting, the president of Embratur (Brazilian Tourism Institute), Teté Bezerra, recalled that "Tourism is built on the partnerships developed between the public and private sectors, and in these meetings we find important representatives of the two sides, to join forces and seek the advances that are necessary for a more competitive sector in Brazil. "
"It is necessary to advance in matters in the Congress that influence the activity of tourism. The president of the country speaks at all times in the potential of the sector, we live a new moment in tourism, "added Frentur president, Deputy Herculano Passos. He reinforced the need to transform Embratur into an agency, in order to guarantee greater investment capacity in the promotion of Brazil abroad.
Alexandre Sampaio, president of CNC, also said that these meetings "show the support of the trade and the strength of these working together in favor of tourism."
Reinstated today in Brasilia, the Joint Parliamentary Front in Defense of Tourism (Frentur) has more than 200 parliamentarians and its main objective is to take to the plenary the important projects for the sector in the country.
Among the priorities of the Front are the approval of the provisional measure that liberates 100% of foreign investments in national airlines, the transformation of Embratur into an agency and the General Tourism Law.