BBC’s Keshini Navaratnam and Seychelles Tourism Minister meet in London

BBC’s Keshini Navaratnam and Seychelles Tourism Minister meet in London

The known Keshini Navaratnam of the BBC often seen interviewing high-level personalities, met with Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, and together they discussed world affairs impacting the Indian Ocean region.

Mrs. Keshini Navaratnam of the BBC and Minister St.Ange of the Seychelles met at the House of Commons in London when tourism experts rallied alongside Martin J. Craigs, the Chief Executive Officer of PATA (Pacific Asia Travel Association), to discuss taxes that were seen as having a negative impact on the industry.

A follow-up meeting was then held at the WTM Tourism Trade Fair at ExCel at London Docklands. Mrs. Keshini Navaratnam of the BBC and Minister Alain St.Ange discussed the point affecting the shipping lanes along the East Coast of Africa which is now referred to in the area as the “armed bandits from Somalia.”