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La Reunion Island's main television station discusses tourism and the recent UNWTO Conference with the Seychelles Minister

La Reunion Island's main television station discusses tourism and the recent UNWTO Conference with the Seychelles Minister (Forimmediaterelease.net) Sabrina Supervielle, the popular and very respected La Reunion Island journalist of Antenne Reunion, welcomed Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, on her “QUESTIONS D'ACTU” much-watched and popular Saturday night program. This program reviews pressing matters that is relevant in this point and time, and for La Reunion this week, it was tourism and the UNWTO meeting that was held in La Reunion itself that was on everyone's mind. Minister St.Ange joined two La Reunion tourism professionals representing the business communities in restaurant and outdoor activities. Expectations by La Reunion and the Indian Ocean Region following the UNWTO meeting was discussed as was the need to better understand tourism.


The Seychelles Minister used the TV program to congratulate President Didier Robert of La Reunion for having been able to bring the UNWTO meeting to La Reunion. “We have had Mr. Taleb Rifai, the UNWTO Secretary General, present in our region, and this brought the eyes of the world at large on La Reunion and on the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands. We now need to work to consolidate what we have talked about and solve the challenges that continue to be hold us back. These include air access among our islands and the cost of travel between our islands," Minister Alain St.Ange from the Seychelles said. The tourism delegates on the program also spoke about their expectations following the UNWTO meeting, and both said that things needed to move fast. The question of an Indian Ocean Cruise Ship route for companies based in the region, the unique selling points of the region, and the new “Route de Baleine” (whale route) were also discussed.

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