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Meeting between the Minister of Tourism of Seychelles and president of vanilla Islands with the Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organisation in Madrid




Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles and President of Vanilla Islands, Alain St. Ange, in discussion with the Secretary General of the UNWTO, Taleb Rifai
Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles and President of Vanilla Islands, Alain St. Ange, in discussion with the Secretary General of the UNWTO, Taleb Rifai
Minister of tourism and Culture of the Seychelles and President of vanilla Islands Alain Saint-Ange, who moved from 22 to 26 last January to the international trade fair of the Madrid tourism met this weekend on the sidelines of the event the Secretary General of the world Organisation of tourism (OMT), Jordan Taleb Rifai.

Received in the offices of the World Tourism Organisation in the Spanish capital, the Minister of tourism and Culture of Seychelles and President of vanilla Islands, Alain Saint-Ange was accompanied by Bernadette Willemin, Director of Europe Tourist Office of the archipelago of the Seychelles for a maintenance friendly with the Secretary general of the UNWTO and several senior executives of the organisation.
 
The discussions led notably to discuss topical themes relating to the tourism sector and the significant progress made by the vanilla Islands for the shared development of their island economies at the heart of the Indian Ocean (Reunion, Mauritius, Madagascar, Seychelles, Comoros and Maldives).

Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain St Ange, also spoke with the Secretary General of the World Tourism Organisation, Taleb Rifai, the cultural significance of the site of the ruins of Venns Mission Lodge at Sans Souci on the island of Mahé.
 
The area has seen the construction in 1872 of a school run by the Anglican missionaries and for children of freed slaves.
 
Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain St Ange, wished particularly to obtain the support of UNWTO for the classification of historical World Heritage Site by UNESCO.



Laurent Chinaud


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