Talks Set To Continue With Carnival

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The Minister of Tourism Charles Max Fernandez says discussions are to continue with Carnival Cruise Lines today.

Both the government and Carnival continues to agree that public statements will be avoided.

“Discussions are going well,” the Cabinet was informed.

Carnival pulled out of Antigua last month without giving exact reasons for its decision.

Prime Minister Gaston Browne says he believes it is because of the controversial agreement signed with Global Ports Holdings.

The Government says St. Lucia is also holding talks with Global Ports Holdings, one of the largest cruise port operators in the Mediterranean and Europe.

The firm operates ports in the Bahamas and Havana.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Wishing Minister Fernandez GOOD LUCK with on going meetings with Carnival Cruise Lines. Blessings.

  2. THE NAMES THEY CALL THESE PEOPLE, HOW COULD THEY IN GOOD FATE FACE THESE PEOPLE & EXPECT TJEM TO NEGOTIATE IN GOOD FATE. CARTEL & OTHER NAMES, YEA!!

  3. ABLP WAS GIVEN THE REIGHN OF GOVERNANCE IN GOOD STANDING WITH ALL GOVERNMENTS. YET LOW & BEHOLD, THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA HAD TO REVOKE VISA FREE TRAVELS FOE A&B CITIZENS. GASTON MASH UP EVERYTHING ON HIS DOMAIN.

  4. Why strive on the NEGATIVES ? Let Us work together for the BETTERMENT of Antigua and Barbuda .
    Stop the PROTESTS and stop trying to damage our main source of REVENUE ” TOURISM”. Smarten up Antiguans and Barbudans. The ABLP administration will be in office for many more years. The MOVEMENT , U P P , DNA , TRUE LABOUR , GO GREEN will be making NOISE for a many more years.

  5. Congratulations to our Negotiation Team for a Positive outcome with Carnival Cruise Lines. Well done. Blessings.

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