Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, (seen right in photo) in discussion with Chilean Ambassador to Jamaica, His Excellency Euduaro Javier Bonilla Menchaca (second right) during his courtesy call at the Minister’s New Kingston Office on Wednesday October 30, 2019.
Jamaica’s Tourism Minister, Hon Edmund Bartlett today urged members of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) General Assembly to express solidarity with the Government and people of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, following the passage of Hurricane Dorian.
Jamaica Tourism Minister Hon. Edmund Bartlett says the development of the herbaceuticals sector is also a priority activity within the Tourism Linkages Network of the Jamaica Ministry Of Tourism, with a national research project currently underway.
Tourism Minister Hon. Edmund Bartlett says he is heartened by results of a new study by the Bloom Consulting, which shows Jamaica entering the top-ten tourism country brands in the Americas for 2019-2020, moving up five places since the last assessment.
Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, says that the Jamaican-based Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre has begun to mobilize resources to assist the Bahamas following the devastating effects of Hurricane Dorian.
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