Minister of Tourism of Paraguay presented a positive balance for 2021 at the head of SENATUR
Sofia Montiel de Afara, announced the actions developed by the institution under her charge during this year
The Minister of Tourism, Sofia Montiel de Afara, announced through the NPY screens, the actions developed by the institution under her charge during the year 2021.
Among the topics discussed were international achievements, positive results, joint work with the private tourism sector, and challenges for 2022.
"This was a year of opportunities, which meant the beginning of the recovery of the tourism sector after the challenges of the pandemic. From SENATUR, with all allied sectors, we had to re-formulate responses together to face a situation without complex and demanding , which asked us for a lot of flexibility and creativity, "Minister Montiel began.
He emphasized the hard work involved in making the country visible as a safe destination, with destinations and accommodations that understood that compliance with the protocols and biosafety measures were the correct way to reach the reactivation of tourism.
It also signified the importance of international cooperation, which has been very important to advance towards the results. In this sense, he delved into the auspicious project of the Astronomical Observatory in Bahía Negra promoted with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Paraguay.
Among other issues, he recalled and valued the resilience of the entire sector during the harsh months of the pandemic.
Finally, it signified and recognized the work of the entire SENATUR team. "Thanks to the officials of the institution, for the effort, for the daily commitment, and for raising the name of Paraguay, allowing them to place us today in positions of preponderance in the industry at a global level," she said.
"Thanks to all the local forces of the 17 departments of the country for their commitment to this industry. Only together can we achieve the development of sustainable tourism that Paraguay deserves," she concluded.