The International Association for Tourism Cooperation, Asicotur, keep going reaping successes on his tour Latin America. Among them, it is worth highlighting the signing of the collaboration agreement that will allow the implementation of the first Initiatory Path to the Camino de Santiago, star project of Asicoturafter making a fruitful visit to Campo Mourão, a municipality in the state of Paraná, in Brazil.
In this way, Brazil becomes the first country to confirm its participation in the project of the initiation paths, after reaching an agreement signed in Foz do Iguazu, at the Rafain Palace hotel, where the president of Asicotur, Alejandro Rubin Carballo; the lieutenant governor of Paraná, Darci Piana; the bishop Bruno Versari; the director and president of Paraná Turismo, Irapuan Cortés; the president of Adeturs, Deviane Pereira de Paz; and the mayor of Fênix, Neno Molina.
In addition, among the personalities and professionals present who were present, Father Gaspar Gonçalves da Silva, adviser to the Congress of Religious and Sustainable Tourism of the diocese of Campo Mourão.
This collaboration marks the start of a historic act for Asicotur, since it will allow the association to be support in the design of a master plan to continue transmitting knowledge regarding tourism promotion, since it will collect the bases and key guidelines to ensure the success of the route. Also, this action will promote other destinations in America who have also shown interest in supporting this pioneering project.
In this way, Brazil becomes the first country to confirm its participation in the Initiatory Paths project
The president of Asicotur has indicated that the main objective of this joint action is “contribute to economic growth, the development of local communities, environmental sustainability and the expansion of borders”. In his official statement, the president of the association also took the opportunity to thank the efforts carried out by the Asicotur delegate in Brazil, Ruben Orlando Mayocreator and leader of Rota da Fe and the support of his namesake in Bolivia, Pedro Hugo Flores.
Fruitful season for Asicotur
After the agreement signed in Brazil on November 18, the good news continues for Asicotur in Latin America. Just one day later they presented their project to a selection of representatives of the business, cultural, tourist and religious sectors of the area. The Paths of Initiation have been received with great enthusiasm in this Brazilian town, with a notable predisposition for the project to come true as soon as possible.
In addition, Asicotur celebrates this week the incorporation of a new Honorary Member, Gladys Eljuri, former Minister of Tourism of Ecuador and current businesswoman from Cuenca. “We are sure that, with her support, we will be able to continue working for the tourism development of Ecuador and all member countries“They have declared from the association.