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  • Szél: Délkelet, 20.4 km/h
  • Légnyomás: 1016 hPa
  • Rel. páratartalom: 79 %
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2018, augusztus 16 - 07:00

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The Economist World Ocean Summit

Seychelles Blue Bond initiative earns kudos

Fond Ferdinand, a goldmine to be tapped

During his recent visit to Praslin, President Danny Faure described ‘Le Ravin de Fond Ferdinand’ as a goldmine that can generate revenue for its own upkeep if tapped into correctly.

‘Oceans transcend island States’ – President Faure

President Danny Faure underscored the importance of climate change mitigation for the planet at the 28th Summit of the African Union that ended on Tuesday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Seychelles’ passport most powerful in Africa

Holders of Seychelles’ passport have the most powerful passport in Africa, a 2017 travel ranking reports.
According to the, Seychellois nationals can visit 96 countries 

Establishing protected areas on the outer islands

Seychelles’ existing protected area system is primarily situated in the inner granitic islands, yet the outer coralline islands make up more than half of the total number of islands within the archipelago. The outer islands contain unique land and marine habitats, and species not found in the inner islands: for example they include 9 of the 20 internationally recognised Important Bird Areas (IBAs) of Seychelles.

President back from World Future Energy Summit

Seychelles to review its renewable energy target

IMF’s Extended Fund Facility Arrangement for Seychelles

Executive Board completes 4th and 5th reviews, approves US $4.4 million disbursement

Seychelles welcomed 303,177 visitors in 2016

Seychelles registered  a record number of 303, 177 visitors last year, a real success story as described by the former minister for tourism.

Funeral service of Seychelles founding President Sir James Richard Marie Mancham

Seychelles says goodbye to ‘a most illustrious son’