Seychelles Tourism Minister endorses former Ressortchef (umgangssprachlich) St . Ange at ITB because candidate for UNWTO SG

Seychelles Tourism Minister endorses former Ressortchef (umgangssprachlich) St . Ange at ITB because candidate for UNWTO SG

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The particular Seychelles stand at ITB within Berlin was buzzing on Thursday night late afternoon as Taleb Rifai, the Secretary General (SG) from the UNWTO, arrived at the Seychelles remain with his entourage for the island’ s i9000 cocktail event. Also present had been Anil Gayan, Tourism Minister associated with Mauritius; Najib Balala, the Travel and leisure Minister of Kenya; Joachim Duster, from the Federal of Germany Federal government Office; Lela Krstevska, from the Federal government of Macedonia Tourism; a number of authorities from tourism departments from all over the world, and also members of the tourism industry.

Edith Hunzinger, the particular Seychelles Tourism Board’ s Supervisor for Germany, Austria and Swiss, was the one honored to open the particular formal part of the evening before giving over to Sherin Francis, the TOP DOG of the Tourism Board, who talked about the successes of the islands’ travel and leisure before speaking publicly to her previous Minister Alain St . Ange saying she wanted to wish him nicely and assured him that the islands’ Tourism Board was proud of your pet and supported his candidature.

Roy Kinnear, the TOP DOG of Air Seychelles, on his component spoke about the Air Seychelles brand new direct non-stop flights to Dusseldorf and then called on Minister Maurice Loustau-Lalanne, the new Seychelles Minister associated with Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports plus Marine, who used the opportunity to officially endorse Alain St . Ange, the particular Seychelles candidate for the post associated with Secretary General of the UNWTO. “ We are right behind you; we want you success in the coming EL elections, and we look forward to tango with all the UNWTO, ” said Minister Loustau-Lalanne.

Alain St . Ange, the Seychelles former Minister just for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports plus Marine, and now candidate for the article of SG for the UNWTO began his address by thanking Ressortchef (umgangssprachlich) Loustau-Lalanne for his support plus good wishes and also Sherin Francis and her Tourism Board group for their support. Former Minister St Ange also thanked Taleb Rifai of the UNWTO for being present in the Seychelles function with his entourage as well as Minister Anil Gayan of Mauritius and Minister Najib Balala associated with Kenya for being present. “ Nowadays, I say thank you to Taleb Rifai, the outgoing Secretary General from the UNTWO for being present. We worked well closely with you and appreciated your own successes and accomplishments for travel and leisure. I need to reassure you and your team on the UNWTO that if I am chosen otherwise you replacement, your legacy will be safe as we also move the UNWTO forward to face the challenges from the new era. Much will be performed to face the challenges of each area as the UNWTO grows to regard aspirations of each Member State plus together face their challenges. I actually assure everyone to remain focused on Might 11 and 12 when the UNWTO elections will be held, ” stated St . Ange of the Seychelles.

Taleb Rifai took the particular mike to deliver the final speech from the night and thanked Alain St Age for his work for travel and leisure and for getting him to Seychelles for the second edition of the island’ s Carnaval International de Victoria. “ It was a trip that I keep in mind vividly, as the welcome, the people, as well as the beauty of the islands marked me, ” Taleb Rifai said before including that he wished Alain St . Ange well in the coming elections for that new SG of the UNWTO.


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