President hosts reception for Inter-American Tourism Congress participants

Georgetown, Guyana – (March 22, 2018) President David Granger, last evening, hosted a cocktail reception for participants of the XXIV Inter-American Congress of Ministers and High-Level Authorities on Tourism, which opened today at the Marriott Hotel in Georgetown. The event, which was held at the Baridi Benab at State House, commenced with a cultural presentation performed by the National Dance Company and the Surama Dance Group.

The Congress, which is being held under the theme, “Connecting the Americas through Sustainable Tourism” was organised by the Organisation of American States (OAS) in collaboration with the Department of Tourism, Ministry of Business. It has attracted participants from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), South America, North America and Latin America.

President David Granger and Minister of Business with responsibility for Tourism, Mr. Dominic Gaskin greeting the participants of the XXIV Inter-American Congress of Ministers and High-Level Authorities on Tourism at they arrive at the Baridi Benab.

President David Granger mingling with his guests at the cocktail reception.

 

 

President David Granger and Minister of Business with responsibility for Tourism, Mr. Dominic Gaskin greeting the participants of the XXIV Inter-American Congress of Ministers and High-Level Authorities on Tourism at they arrive at the Baridi Benab.

President David Granger and Minister of Business with responsibility for Tourism, Mr. Dominic Gaskin greeting the participants of the XXIV Inter-American Congress of Ministers and High-Level Authorities on Tourism at they arrive at the Baridi Benab.

 

The event commenced with a cultural presentation performed by the National Dance Company and the Surama Dance Group.

The event commenced with a cultural presentation performed by the National Dance Company and the Surama Dance Group.

 

The event commenced with a cultural presentation performed by the National Dance Company and the Surama Dance Group.

The event commenced with a cultural presentation performed by the National Dance Company and the Surama Dance Group.

 

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