This past Friday, the Ecuador Minister of Tourism, Rosi Prado, announced that $250,000 will be invested for the promotion of the Cuenca as a tourism destination. Patricio Miller, president of the Chamber of Tourism of Azuay, said they will be attentive to how this capital is invested. “It would be good if they meet with us and invest according to the needs of the tourism sector in Cuenca.” One of the plans the Ministry presented—’Tourism Police,’ who are National Police personnel that the Ministry has trained in hospitality issues, complaints management protocols and emergency care—was well received by the Chamber. “It…
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