Venezuela works on tourist route with Warsaw

In November, a tourist route with charter flights could begin between the island of Margarita in Venezuela, and Warsaw, the capital of Poland, according to an announcement by the Venezuelan Vice Minister for Europe, Franklin Ramírez

Through his account on the social network Twitter, the Venezuelan Vice Minister for Europe, Franklin Ramírez, indicated that Venezuela is working on a tourist route to Warsaw through charter flights.

According to Ramírez, the conversations with the interim chargé d’affaires of Poland in Venezuela, Milena Lukasiewicz, point towards the start of this Warsaw-Porlamar-Warsaw connection in November of this year.

At the meeting, both officials also discussed bilateral diplomatic relations, and “the preparations for the 90th anniversary of the alliance between the two countries, next May.”

Talks began last January for a connection between the two countries, which allows visitors to be brought from Poland. At that time, the Polish airline LOT was mentioned as the one in charge of the transfer of travelers.

The initiative is part of the request made by President Nicolás Maduro to his cabinet regarding the opening of tourism as a substitute for dependence on oil.


Source: finanzasdigital

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