High Commissioner of Malta in New Delhi addresses Conferences in order to promote Malta

High Commissioner of Malta in New Delhi addresses Conferences in order to promote Malta

Reference Number:  , Press Release Issue Date: Mar 18, 2021
 

High Commissioner of Malta in New Delhi addresses Conferences to promote Malta

 

On Saturday 13 March 2021, the High Commissioner of Malta to India, H.E. Reuben Gauci, addressed a tourism conference organized by the Embassy Magazine-Travel Jingles  at Lodhi Hotel in New Delhi.  The panelists included a number of High Commissioners and Ambassadors, all of whom spoke about tourism in their respective countries and about the notion of travel during and in the aftermath of the COVID19 pandemic.


High Commissioner Reuben Gauci said that Malta has experienced the travel restrictions and the downsizing of tourism with a heavy heart, as tourism and hospitality were always the backbone of the Maltese economy and psyche. Nevertheless, High Commissioner Gauci said that Malta showed resilience in the face of the pandemic and was doing its utmost to get its tourism cycles back on track as soon as it would be able to do so.


On Tuesday 16 March 2021, the Maltese High Commissioner in India addressed a gathering of business people at the International Week organized by PHD Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry within the period 15-19 March 2021. The name of the workshop of the 16th of March was “ India-Europe and CIS Day: strengthening Economic Relations-The Way Forward.” The panelists were Ambassadors and High Commissioners from various EU Countries and Central Asian States. During his address the Maltese High Commissioner spoke about Malta and India’s trade relations, the interest which Maltese and Indian Businesses have in each other’s countries  and on the strength of bilateral relations between both countries.

High Commissioner of Malta to India, H.E.Reuben Gauci, at the tourism conference on 13th March. 

High Commissioner of Malta to India, H.E.Reuben Gauci, addressing a conference on 16th March.