Guatemala receives the pro tempore presidency of the Central American Tourism Council
The Central American country presented its work plan indicating the objectives for the next six months
The Director General of the Guatemalan Institute of Tourism (INGUAT), Mynor Cordón, received this day the Pro Tempore Presidency of the Central American Tourism Council (CCT), during the ordinary meeting number one hundred and twenty of the CCT, from the Minister of Tourism of Costa Rica , Master Gustavo Segura Sancho.
Since July 1, Guatemala holds the Pro Tempore Presidency of the Central American Integration System (SICA), a country that has reiterated its commitment to provide follow-up to the regional agenda, and promote strategic issues to promote the economic reactivation of the region, including The tourism.
In compliance with the established functions, the Pro Tempore President of the CCT, Mynor Cordón, presented his work plan indicating that during the next six months a special boost will be given to the design of guidelines for the Regional Tourism Policy; continuity of activities of the strategy of the Central American Integrated Quality and Sustainability System (SICCS) ”; monitoring the development of the Tourism Satellite Account and monitoring the 2021 Operational Plan approved by the CATA Board of Directors.
Likewise, the official indicated that in the coming months a greater focus will be added to the actions carried out by the Central American Tourism Integration Secretariat (SITCA) from a reinforced perspective of intersectoral work between tourism and other areas of interest such as health, the economy. , the MYPYMEs and the environment, complying with what was indicated in the Summit of Presidents of SICA, which seeks to contribute to the development and recovery of regional tourism.