UNWTO To Co-Sponsor Jamaica Tourism Seminar


It was recently announced that United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) will co-sponsor the third annual Tourism Outlook Seminar to be held in Jamaica next year. The announcement was made at a press conference at the Ritz Carlton Rose Hall Hotel in Montego Bay, Jamaica, following the recently held second annual Tourism Outlook Seminar. Speaking at the post-seminar press conference, Minister Bartlett told journalists that Jamaica is honored to be given such an opportunity to demonstrate its leadership in the tourism industry.  “I see this as a vote of confidence in Jamaica’s tourism leadership in that after two years of hosting the Tourism Outlook Seminar, an international body like the UNWTO can see it fit to partner with us to support its expansion,” said Bartlett.

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