Mario Abed and three mayors received mayors and tourism entrepreneurs from Costa Rica

The visitors, who will remain in the province until Wednesday, will visit different departments on their tour to know the wine production and the tourist offers of the place.

During the meeting at the Presidency of Deputies, the Costa Rican delegation expressed their amazement at finding in Mendoza a “Very clean and orderly city”, while they praised the care of the water, the organization of open-air commerce and the squares.

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Mario Abed and the tourist bond

Abed argued in this regard that “we from the province we can make the link with you in tourism, but they can also do it with each municipality”, taking into account that each commune has a specific area.

In the same sense, the mayor of the capital said that “here and here we have a common goal, which is to work so that our people do better.”

After pondering that the people of Mendoza “take care of the city, cleanliness, order, our public space,” he indicated that “the most attractive thing about this province is the hospitality of our people.”

Suarez, maintained that “today we meet with friendly mayors to generate a bond”, so “it would be good to set up a work table with colleagues, with the private sector, to strengthen connectivity and tourism exchange. Each of the municipalities has tourism areas, local legs, so the link between the chambers, the private sector entities, have to be part of this work table, with a common goal”.

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Mario Abed and Andrés Lombardi (below) chatting with mayors and businessmen from Costa Rica.  The mayors of the Capital, Ulpiano Suarez, Rivadavia, Miguel Ronco, and of Junín, Héctor Ruíz also joined the talk in the Legislature.

Mario Abed and Andrés Lombardi (below) chatting with mayors and businessmen from Costa Rica. The mayors of Capital, Ulpiano Suarez, Rivadavia, Miguel Ronco, and Junín, Héctor Ruíz also joined the talk in the Legislature.

The mayors and businessmen who participated in the meeting, They highlighted the need to emphasize connectivity, precisely to favor any type of exchange.

“We are impressed by what Mendoza is. Costa Rica is culturally and artistically rich, something that adds to the natural beauty. We take care of our natural environment”, and “we see that something similar is happening here in Mendoza”, they highlighted.

The delegation was made up of Hernán Imhoff, president of the Tamarindo Chamber of Commerce and Tourism; Jorge Arturo Alfaro Orias, mayor of Santa Cruz; Carlos Armando Martínez Arias, mayor of Nicoya; Giovanni Jiménez Gómez, mayor of Nandayure; Miguel MC Lean Villalobos, Mayor of Siquirres; Eliot Norman Campos Ballard, president of the Costa Rican Chamber of Restaurants; Salvador María Fazio, gastronomic businessman from Tamarindo; agricultural-livestock entrepreneur from the province of Buenos Aires (Argentina). Also Mr. Rodolfo Araya Solano, member of the board of directors of the Association of Executive Volunteers in Tourism and the Costa Rican Association of Tourism Professionals, and José Miguel Arias Chávez, specialist in Trade Marketing, owner of events company, distribution and sales of imports Delfos SA.

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