Seychelles President on state visit to Mauritius
President James Michel of the Seychelles will be traveling to Mauritius this week on a state visit, where he will be the Chief Guest at the National Day Celebrations for the 44th anniversary of independence of Mauritius on March 12.
During his visit, President Michel will meet with the Mauritian Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam and President Anerood Jugnauth, as well as other members of the Mauritian government.
Discussions are expected to focus on the threat of piracy to both countries, the joint management of the extended continental shelf in the Mascarene Plateau Region, as well as education, health, and Indian Ocean Commission cooperation.
The President will be accompanied by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Jean-Paul Adam; the Special Adviser for Foreign Affairs, Mrs. Jeannette d’Offay; the Special Advisor for Land Use and Housing, Mr. Raymond Chang-Tave; and the Director for Treaties in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mrs. Sandra Michel.