Said a memorandum seeks "boosting strategic cooperation in terms of the promotion, organization and management of travelers to the island and to China," according to the Cuban ambassador.
Through his Facebook account, Pereira said that the memorandum considers "the interests identified in the areas of cultural, health, historical-patrimonial tourism, among others."
The CEO of Caissa Tourism Group confirmed the group's interest in being the first to organize tours to Cuba upon the lifting of China's travel restrictions.
Cuban Amb exchanged w Chen Xiaobing, president of Caissa Tourism Group. Pres. ratified interest in organizing trips to #Cuba once lifted travel restrictions in #China. MoU was signed to promote strategic coop under diff. modalities & according to interests in various sectors. pic.twitter.com/KPpY2ENue6