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Jordan Senator and President of International Institute for Peace to visit Seychelles

Friday, 04 October 2013 00:00
(from left to right) Mr Louis D'Amore, Senator Biltaji and Minister St.Ange

(from left to right) Mr Louis D'Amore, Senator Biltaji and Minister St.Ange

The Seychelles destination continues to be the perfect getaway for top profile personalities from around the world as more and more people seek the tranquillity of the islands.

Akel Biltaji, the Jordan Upper House of Parliament Senator and Tourism and Heritage chairman, together with Louis D’Amore, President of International Institute for peace through Tourism (IIPT), announced recently that they were considering Seychelles for their official visit.

This was revealed during talks with the Seychelles’ Minister for Tourism and Culture, Alain St Ange, during a tree-planting ceremony in the Livingstone International Peace Park in Zambia. Minister St Ange said that Mr D’Amore had given his commitment to further develop cooperation between the International Institute for peace through tourism and Seychelles.

Minister St Ange informed Mr D’Amore of the opportunity to promote IIPT through the platform of the Carnival International de Victoria which is staged in Seychelles annually.

"The Carnaval International de Victoria in the Seychelles is an event worth looking at to further the cause of the IIPT and the right platform to talk peace through to tourism,” said Minister St Ange.