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Seychelles and Malawai ministers meet on sidelines of INDABA

The Minister responsible for Tourism, Wildlife and Culture of Malawi, the Hon.

Seychelles and Malawai ministers meet on sidelines of INDABA

The Minister responsible for Tourism, Wildlife and Culture of Malawi, the Hon. Rachel Mazombwe Zulu M.P., and the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, Minister Alain St.Ange, met on the sidelines of the INDABA Tourism Trade Fair in Durban South Africa when both Ministers were leading their respective country’s delegations to this African Tourism platform. Malawi and Seychelles enjoy friendly relations and the two Ministers committed themselves to working within their Ministries to consolidate avenues of cooperation and this includes exchanges in the field of tourism and also in culture.

The meeting which took place on the Malawi Stand at INDABA between the two Ministers and their respective Senior Management was also the opportunity for Minister Alain strange of the Seychelles to present to his Malawi counterpart with a limited edition coffee table book, “Seychelles, Enters the World of Tourism,” as he invited Malawi to consider participating in the carnival of carnivals that is staged in Seychelles annually during the last weekend of April.

“This carnival is very much like being a travel and tourism show, but this time showcasing your culture and your people as you fly your country’s flag and spell out your very own USPs, your country’s unique selling points. Every one considered among the top and most respected carnivals parade together in the carnival in Seychelles and they are followed by cultural troupes from the Community of Nations brings an excitement of color and the diversity that entices the press fraternity form the four corners of the world to follow and cover accordingly,” Minister St.Ange said as he handed the carnival book to Minister Rachel Mazombwe Zulu of Malawi.

Seychelles is a founding member of the International Coalition of Tourism Partners (ICTP) .

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