Barbados to launch ‘travel advisory’ to combat corruption
The Barbados government is set to launch a “travel advisory” to combat bribery, corruption and organised crime.
Barbados Minister for Tourism and Tourism Development Mark O’Meara has said the service will be launched in the coming weeks.
“Barbadas Government has committed to a proactive and comprehensive strategy to combat organised crime and corruption,” Mr O’Masdar said.
“The Barbados Government is committed to working with the private sector and international organisations to identify, identify and tackle the most corrupt sectors in Barbados.”
This travel advisory will give people the opportunity to know where the government is focusing its efforts and will give Barbados a first-hand picture of how corruption and corruption-related offences are being tackled.
“The Barbadoes Minister said the travel advisory was aimed at preventing the illegal acquisition and sale of luxury goods and services and also aimed to ensure that Barbados’ Government does not fall into the trap of being a one-party state.”
It is a real step forward for Barbados and a positive step forward from the Government in addressing corruption in our society. “
This travel guide is part of that commitment.”
It is a real step forward for Barbados and a positive step forward from the Government in addressing corruption in our society.
“Barbadais Government will work with international organisations and the private sectors to identify the most vulnerable sectors in our country, develop best practices and provide the public with information about what is being done to combat this problem.”
Barbada Tourism Minister Mark Omasdar said the government was focused on preventing the misuse of public funds to fund crime.
“Our Government has worked with many international organisations over the years to combat crime, and the Barbados tourism industry has a huge amount of potential in Barbuda,” Mr Wajdi said.
“The Government has invested heavily in the development of the Barbadian tourism sector, with an ambitious target to have 20% of our visitors come from Barbados.”
He said the Barbades Government was also working on a multi-million-dollar development project in Barbades’ northern city of Port Moresby, with the aim of transforming the town into a major hub for tourism and development.
The Barbades Minister said his Government would continue to work with all stakeholders to address the country’s problems, including the illegal import and export of luxury and luxury goods.
“I am confident that the Barbadoes Government will provide an informed, transparent and efficient way to deal with corruption and will work together with international partners and partners to combat these issues in the future,” he added.
The Barbadios Minister said Barbados was a country of many communities and they needed to cooperate to solve these problems.
“In the coming months, I am confident we will continue to build upon the work already underway in Barbados and to develop and strengthen the Barbadias way of life and to ensure the people of Barbados have a positive and secure future,” Mr Masdar said