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Falklands : PANAMANIAN DELEGATION ON FAMILIARISATION VISIT TO THE FALKLANDS
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 21.09.2013 (Article Archived on 19.10.2013)

A delegation of four as well as an interpreter from the British Embassy is visiting the Falklands to meet people, learn about the Falklandsí economy and see how our government works.





PANAMANIAN DELEGATION ON FAMILIARISATION VISIT
TO THE FALKLANDS



 



By J.
Brock (FINN)



 



A delegation of four as well as an
interpreter from the British Embassy is visiting the Falklands to meet people,
learn about the Falklandsí economy and see how our government works.  According to
Dalia
Bernal, Head of National Assembly Committee for Foreign Affairs, the delegation
is highly impressed with what they have seen thus far.  Through Javier Robayna (Interpreter), she
said that the Falklandsí view wasnít known until a Falklands delegation visited
them.  This prompted them to visit the
Falklands and find out for themselves what peopleís views are and how things
work.  A report will be presented to
Panamanian authorities when they return with a view to closer ties with the
Falklands.



 



On the
economic front the Panama Canal is being upgraded to take larger vessels and
more traffic.  This will means a more
cost-effective and efficient passage for oil tankers and other related vessels
involved in the Falklandsí hydrocarbons industry.



 



 

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