Melia Keeps its Commitment to Cuba Despite Helms Burton Act

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President of Melia Hotels International, Gabriel Escarrer Julia, assured on Tuesday that the hotel group keeps its commitment to Cuba and trusts that Washington´s tussle has a resolution respecting international law.

He pointed out that despite "disagreements with the U.S. administration, which has also been part of Cuban history, I am sure that this new dispute will have a respectful resolution under the principles of international law."

President of Melia Hotels International and founder of the hotel chain in Cuba remembered the chain´s history in the country and "the deep bond" that joins the company with Cuba.

He affirmed that "he had never regretted having opted on Melia´s tourism breakthrough throughout these 31 years of history."

The head of the Spanish chain said that from the beginning Melia had a clear vision of what Cuba could represent for holiday tourism.

"We find ourselves with a unique, inimitable country with extraordinary assets on account of its nature and its beaches, its culture, its heritage and something very valuable for tourism: security and stability", he remarked.

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