Colombia’s trade minister signed an agreement with other member states of the Pacific Alliance Wednesday to promote tourism between the members states of the Latin American trade bloc.

The trade and tourism ministers of Colombia, Mexico, Chile and Peru met in Mexico City to sign a pact that according to Colombian Trade Minister Sergio Granados-Diaz has the aim to “increase the flow of visitors between the partners.”

According to the minister, the countries of the Paciic Alliance will offer member states technical assistance in the development of tourist destinations aimed at both corporate and regular tourism.

The Pacific Alliance is a Latin American trade bloc created in June that aims to increase economic integration between member states.

From Colombia Reports