Itís unacceptable that a group of Maldivians can campaign against Tourism industry- Minister Dr. Abdul Samad Abdullah
The Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Abdul Samad Abdullah has said that it is unacceptable that a group of Maldivians can campaign against the Maldivian Tourism Industry which is the main economic industry of the country.
Minister said this at the Press conference held at Velaanaage Press room organized by the Presidentís Office.
Inspite of these calls to boycott the tourism industry of Maldives, the Minister noted that a lot of progress has been seen in making the global community aware of the policies of the Unity Government.
Addressing the audience, Minister noted that their appointment was placed on very critical juncture in Maldivian history. The confrontation of the Nation most critical issued raised by former President Nasheed to the International community highlighting on the transfer of power on 07 February 2012.
At the press conference, Minister emphasized the confrontation of new set of developmental challenges, including the prospect of competing in a global economy on par with larger and established economies.
At the news conference, the penal highlighted the top-line priorities for the collaborative efforts between the UN Country Team and the Government of Maldives and it emphasizes juristic system, environmental resilience, human rights and democracy, and gender equality.
The Minister also expressed Governmentís sincere appreciation on the positive role the donor community has contributed in the face of dire economic challenges. In particular heartened by the presence of the high powered donor presence today, proves the Maldives is on the right path to achieving its developmental goals.