Thursday, July 20, 2017

Haiti toward hosting International Jet Ski Competition in 2018

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Samuel Maxime

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) – Meetings were held over the weekend with organizers of the International Jet Ski Competition, Karujet and Haitian officials to make plans to hold the world-renowned jet ski competition in Haiti in 2018.

The parties met Friday at the Royal Decameron beach hotel in Montrouis. Attending was Abel Nazaire, the Minister of Youth and Sports (MJSAC) and Guy Didier Hyppolite, the Minister of Tourism (MT) and Eric Paulin organizer for Karujet 2017, taking place in Petit-Bourg, Guadeloupe, Viard beach, this year, April 1 – 9, 2017.

Eric Paulin found the exceptional site for the organization of the event, which will contribute to tourism development in Haiti. He announced that the conditions exist for the holding in June of an experimental Karujet competition with outstanding displays of American, European and Guadeloupean riders before the regular edition in 2018.

Minister Hyppolite said he believes it necessary to seize this opportunity Will encourage the practice of a new sports discipline in Haiti and encourage international visitors to discover the tourist destination.

For his part, Minister Abel Nazaire congratulated his colleague of tourism to associate tourism and sport through this event “It is an opportunity for the young people to put their talents to contribute and to realize performances in this new discipline Sports “before highlighting the importance of sports tourism and the need to promote water sports and bathing in Haiti.

The various parties undertook to develop a work plan to educate the public in general and youth in particular on sports and tourist scope of Karujet and get the most for promotional purposes in organizing this event.

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Post source : Haiti Libre

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Samuel Maxime is a Haitian-born citizen living in the United States. He founded The Haiti Sentinel to bring Haitian issues to an English language audience.