Thursday, October 17, 2019

PM Attends CTO State of the Industry Conference

PRESS RELEASE:- Prime Minister of Saint Lucia Honourable Allen M. Chastanet leaves the island today, Wednesday September 14th 2016, to attend one of the region’s most important tourism gatherings, the State of the Industry Conference (SOTIC).

The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is the main organizer of the September 14 -16 event in Barbados.

Prime Minister Chastanet is attending the Caucus of Ministers and Commissioners of Tourism this evening where he will put forward some ideas previously expressed by Bahamas Prime Minister Honourable Perry Christie at the Caricom level.

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet will take part in discussions on the state of tourism and work on providing material for Caricom stemming from the decision to make tourism an agenda item.

The CTO State of the Industry Conference brings together tourism decision-makers, including ministers, commissioners and directors of tourism, hotel and airline executives, travel agents, students, the media and persons directly and indirectly involved in tourism.

During the Prime Minister’s one-day absence, Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development Honourable Gale T.C. Rigobert will serve as Acting Prime Minister.

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