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The Ambassador of France in South Africa met with officials of the Vanilla Islands in Durban




The Ambassador of France in South Africa, Elisabeth Barbier, in the center of the photo surrounded by the Minister of tourism of Madagascar, Benjamina Ramarcel Ramanantsoa  and the Minister of tourism and Culture of the Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange
The Ambassador of France in South Africa, Elisabeth Barbier, in the center of the photo surrounded by the Minister of tourism of Madagascar, Benjamina Ramarcel Ramanantsoa and the Minister of tourism and Culture of the Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange
The Ambassador of France in South Africa, Elisabeth Barbier, met during the fair of tourism and travel of Durban for the 5th edition of the Indaba, which took place from 10 to 12 may 2014, the Minister of tourism and Culture of Seychelles and former president of the vanilla Islands, Alain Saint-Ange, as well as the Minister of tourism of Madagascar, Benjamina Ramarcel Ramanantsoa, and the Director of the vanilla Island*, Pascal Viroleau, and Stéphane Bonneau, responsible for markets Indian Ocean, Asia within the  île Reunion Tourisme (IRT).
 
The meeting took place on the stand of the island of Reunion.
 
Ambassador of France in South Africa, Elisabeth Barbier, who was also accompanied by the Honorary Consul of France in Durban has an inventory of South African tourist arrivals on the market Vanilla Islands and the work undertaken by the regional tourism organisation.
 
Hélène Bezuidenhoudt, director of Atout France, the French Development Agency of Tourism, based in Johannesburg also took part in discussions.
 
* Reunion, Seychelles, Madagascar, Mauritius, Comoros, Mayotte and Maldives island



Laurent Chinaud


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