First Joint Committee Meeting between Seychelles and the Philippines

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First Joint Committee Meeting between Seychelles and the Philippines

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Oct 25, 2013 1:46 am

First Joint Committee Meeting between Seychelles and the Philippines

24-October-2013
Parties sign ETCA documents

Seychelles and the Philippines have signed Economic and Technical Cooperation Agreement (ETCA) documents discussed following the conclusion of the first Joint Committee Meeting (JCM) in Victoria.
The signing ceremony took place yesterday morning at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs based at the Maison Quéau de Quinssy, and it was Ambassador Barry Faure, secretary of state in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, who signed on the part of Seychelles.

Laura Q. Del Rosario, undersecretary for international economic relations of the department of Foreign Affairs, signed on the part of the Philippines.
Ms Del Rosario is also the head of the Philippines delegation.

This first Joint Committee Meeting (JCM) on Tuesday and yesterday was held in accordance with the Economic and Technical Cooperation Agreement (ETCA) signed in February 2010.
The JCM is aimed at fostering cooperation across a variety of areas including finance, trade and investment, labour and employment, health, air services, tourism, culture, fisheries, agriculture, education and human resource development, environment and renewable energy, and maritime security.

Representatives on the Seychelles side came from the Ministry of Finance, Trade and Investment; Seychelles Investment Board; Seychelles Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Petro Seychelles; Seychelles Petroleum Company (Sepec); Small Enterprises Promotions Agency (Senpa); Ministry of Labour and Human Resource Development; Ministry of Health; Ministry of Tourism and Culture; Seychelles Tourism Board; Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority; Mayor’s Office; Seychelles Tourism Academy; Seychelles Fishing Authority; Seychelles Bureau of Standards; Seychelles Agricultural Agency; Ministry of Education; University of Seychelles; National Human Resources Development Council (NHRDC); and Ministry of Environment and Energy.

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