The Association of Inbound Operators of Mauritius (AIOM) have confirmed their support for Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Candidate for Secretary General for the UNWTO through a letter of endorsement forwarded by Firdaus Rawat, on behalf of Association of Inbound Operators (Mauritius).
The letter from their Port Louis Offices in Mauritius says AIOM are providing a recommendation letter in view of the Seychelles participation in the next election of UNWTO.
"On behalf of members of the AIOM, the ASSOCIATION OF INBOUND OPERATORS (MAURITIUS), I wish to support the candidature of Mr Alain St.Ange of Seychelles, for the post of Secretary General at the next election of the UNWTO. Our members have been well acquainted with Mr Alain St.Ange through the good tourism relationship which has always existed between Mauritius and Seychelles. Mr Alain St.Ange was very active and gave great visibility to the Indian Ocean through the Vanilla Islands Regional Organization" Mr Rawat of the AIOM writes.
Alain St.Ange has welcomed the latest endorsement received from the island of Mauritius. "Together the islands of the Indian Ocean through the Vanilla Islands created a new tourism region and we were successful at it. The islands of Mauritius, Seychelles, Reunion, Madagascar, Comoros and Mayotte all worked together for their tourism industry. Today another private tourism sector group, this time from Mauritius, have come out to endorse the Seychelles Candidate for the post of Secretary General of the UNWTO and we are indeed thankful" said Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Candidate for the coming UNWTO elections.
The Seychelles Candidate St.Ange is receiving more and more letters of endorsement from tourism private sector trade and from international press. The Seychelles Candidate has already received Letters of Endorsement from President Danny Faure of the Seychelles, from Sir James Mancham, Seychelles founding President who wrote an open letter about his support for the Seychelles St.Ange bid for the United Nations just a week before he passed away, the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands Organisation (Comoros, Mayotte, Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion and Seychelles), the Africa Ports Association of Eastern and Southern Africa (PMAESA), Tanzania Society of Travel Agents (TASOTA), the Seychelles Hospitality and Tourism Association (SHTA), Fred W. Finn, the World's Most Travelled Person Guinness World Records, the Seychelles Hindu Kovil Sangam Association, India's important N.R.I. Welfare Society, the Creole Travel Services of Seychelles and the Association of Tourism Professionals of Mauritius (ATP), Eden Island Seychelles, Bea Broda the known Producer/Writer/Host/Speaker from the Americas