In a simple ceremony at the headquarters of the Cuban Embassy in Spain and with the legal supervision of the Consul General, Alaín Pérez, the president of Gran Caribe, Cristina León, and the directors of Be Live-Globalia, Francisco Javier Hernández and Francisco José Pérez, signed the document.

In the presence of the Cuban Minister of Tourism, Juan Carlos García Granda, who welcomed the agreement covering the management of Villa Cuba and Las Morlas de Varadero, Francisco Javier Hernández also expressed his gratitude on behalf of the Spanish side, satisfied with the continued commitment to the Caribbean island.

Hernández and Pérez valued the 15 years of collaboration and links with Gran Caribe, with the idea of increasing them in the near future.

Cuba is part of the large community of 107 countries taking part in the 42nd International Tourism Fair (Fitur) at IFEMA-Madrid, in what could be considered the starting signal for the recovery and the new normality of the so-called industry without chimneys.