For the first time in 15 years, a European cruise ship docks in Venezuelan territory

The MS Amadea cruise ship, with more than 500 passengers on board from European countries such as Spain, France or Germany, docked on Tuesday for the first time in 15 years in Venezuelan territory, specifically on Margarita Island, one more sign of the recent opening From Venezuela to Europe.

"The Amadea Cruise is already in the International Port of Guamache on Margarita Island, with more than 500 passengers ready to enjoy the kindness, kindness and attention of Venezuelans"the Venezuelan Transport Minister, Ramón Velásquez Araguayán, reported on his official Twitter profile.

In another message on the aforementioned social network, the head of Venezuelan Transport has assured that the Latin American country has rewritten history "and continues to break the siege of the unilateral coercive measures that prevented the arrival of cruise ships from Europe to the land of Bolívar for 15 years".

For its part, the state-owned Bolivarian Ports Company (Bolipuertos) has stated on Twitter that after the tourists disembarked, the local authorities have offered a tourist route through the beaches and historic areas of the island.

The cruise ship, owned by the Amadea Shipping Company and operated by the German fleet of Phoenix Reisen, has docked at the Guamache International Port on Margarita Island after its stop in Trinidad and Tobago.

The MS Amadea has already passed through the ports of Cádiz, in Spain, as well as the Portuguese island of Funchal, capital of the Madeira archipelago, or Bridgetown, capital of Barbados. Now it is heading, after docking in a Venezuelan port, to Bonaire Island, in the Dutch Caribbean region, according to the Últimas Noticias portal.

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