The protection of oceans and the environment as a universal cultural asset of humanity is among matters that Prime Minister Gaston Browne and the Director General of UNESCO Audrey Azoulay will discuss during a visit to UNESCO on Wednesday
The visit is organized on the initiative of Boris Latour, Ambassador Extraordinary, and Plenipotentiary, recently appointed as Permanent Delegate of Antigua and Barbuda to UNESCO in Paris.
Both officials will also talk about the promotion of exchanges and partnerships between countries for education, particularly international university student exchanges.
Access as well as the improvement of access to information technologies an essential cultural and educational vector for developing States or with geographical particularities will also form part of the dialogue
During the meeting, other present delegates will be Colin Murdoch, Ambassador of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States to the Words Trade Organization and other international organizations in Geneva, as well as Timothée Bauer, Deputy Permanent Delegate for Antigua and Barbuda.
The team will also discuss future projects of establishing the OECS delegation as an observer for Antigua and Barbuda to UNESCO.