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The Seychellois President James Michel, seduced by the Nassimah Dindar proposal of creating an international Creole Institute




The Seychellois President James Michel, seduced by the Nassimah Dindar proposal of creating an international Creole Institute
In his second day of official visit to Reunion, the Seychellois President James Michel said he was impressed by the proposal of the President of the General Council, Nassimah Dindar, to establish an international Creole Institute and this, under the history and identity shared among the various islands of the Indian Ocean.

The Seychellois president, however, recalled that Creole institute already existed in the archipelago, but it does not yet include the Reunion and Mauritius Creole.
 
Several topics were also discussed during the meeting at the Villa of the Department in Saint-Denis, as greater cooperation in culture, science and sport.
 
James Michel also thanked the General Council of Reunion for his assistance in learning the French language at the heart of Seychelles and the Seychellois President James Michel stressed his desire to see young graduates in tourism coming to Seychelles to work.

The water management and tourism crafts were also in focus, with Seychellois President James Michel, who scored his keen interest in the presentation of the chain of guava wood.
 
As a reminder, James Michel is accompanied on this official trip to Reunion by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Paul Adam, Minister of Tourism and Culture, Alain St. Ange and the Diplomatic Advisor to the President, Ambassador Callixte d'Offay, who is also the Ambassador of Seychelles to the Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, and special envoy of Reunion.
 
 



Laurent Chinaud


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