India can learn a lot from Seychelles tourism experience

Posted in Diplomatic missions, International relations, Seychelles government at 2:34 pm by Robert Klien

A team comprising Indian media and tour operators will soon visit Seychelles to showcase the jurisdiction’s tourism development and experience to be aired in India. This was announced by Indian Minister for Tourism, Culture and Civil Aviation, Dr Mahesh Sharma.

Dr Sharma took part in celebrations to mark the 3rd Seychelles-India Day. He also was welcomed at State House to hold talks with Seychelles’ President James Michel.

President Michel said at the meeting: “The Seychelles-India Day is an excellent opportunity to celebrate the natural affinities and the long-standing relations and friendship between our two countries and peoples. It is a demonstration of our mutual and common determination to continue to work together for progress and development”.

Several ways that India and Seychelles can work together to promote tourism and cultural relations were discussed. It was noted that great progress had already been made in these 2 fields.

Speaking to the press after the meeting, President Michel and Dr Sharma said that they discussed many issues, including tourism, environment, culture and the forthcoming India-Africa Forum Summit.

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