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Haiti Tourism Minister Heads to Mexico

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - February 20, 2013

Above: Stephanie Villedrouin (Photo: MT Haiti)

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Haiti Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin is holding talks on tourism development Wednesday in Mexico City.

It is Villedrouin’s second official visit to Mexico, following agreements signed between Mexico and Haiti in the summer of 2012 on tourism cooperation.

Those agreements included a Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry and Mexico’s Secretary of State for Tourism and separate one between Haiti and Mexico’s National Fund for Tourism Development (FONATUR).

The trip aims to “strengthen cooperation with Mexico in the tourism sector,” according to a communique.

Villedrouin will also be discussing her plans to develop tourism with Mexican business leaders.

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