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Tourist offer of golf from the Dominican Republic in the Netherlands will be promoted


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The Dominican Republic has more than 30 golf courses, 18 of which are of professional level, which makes the country the best destination for golf tourism in the Caribbean, according to the Dominican Republic’s Export and Investment Center (Centro de Exportación e Inversión de la República Dominicana).

For this reason, the ambassador of the Dominican Republic to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Juan Bautista Durán, and the president of the National Golf Commission (CNG), Juan Cohen Sander, established a strategic collaboration to promote golf in European nations and encourage sports exchanges.

During the meetings, several opportunities for collaboration between both entities were proposed to encourage the private sector and fans to invest efforts in sports diplomacy.

Both executives expressed the interest of President Luis Abinader and his government in promoting and developing this important industry for the Dominican Republic’s future. Tourism and real estate generate wealth in foreign exchange, and this is the sport that creates the most jobs and is an inclusive discipline for all.

“This significant meeting marks an important milestone in the intention to promote Dominican golf, an industry that is a tool for integration and development, highlighting its importance and maximizing the strengthening of sporting ties between the Dominican Republic and the Netherlands, thus promoting cultural and tourism exchange through it,” said the diplomat Durán.

Meanwhile, Cohen Sander expressed his commitment to work closely with the Embassy to achieve the proposed objectives.

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