The Bahamas open for tourism

The Bahamas Prime Minister Davis and President Masisi PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
The Bahamas Prime Minister Davis and President Masisi PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

As the countries explore and harness opportunities for mutual benefit, The Bahamas has now opened doors for Botswana to learn the latter’s approach to tourism and hospitality.

Speaking during his visit to Botswana this week, The Bahamas Prime Minister, Phillip Davis, emphasised that the exchange will undoubtedly enrich both countries by fostering growth and innovation. He said they are doing this to build on their signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which has already opened doors to numerous opportunities.

Recalling President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s visit to The Bahamas last year, Davis said he was reminded of the seeds of friendship they had sown. He indicated that the visit was a cornerstone moment paving the way for the MoU that has since blossomed into avenues of cooperation across diverse sectors.

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