Minister for Tourism of the Commonwealth of Dominica Denise Charles recently took to her social media account to share her excitement on the arrival of the equipment that the government needs to start the construction of the new international airport in Dominica.
Notably, the vessel carrying the equipment arrived in the country on Friday, March 3, 2023. Regarding this, the Minister of Tourism in the government of Dominica stated that Something Is Happening, and It Is So Exciting!
Minister Denise Charles termed the arrival of the construction equipment and the subsequent construction of the international airport as a significant milestone for the development of Dominica. She also credited the ‘Skerrit-led Labour Administration for committing to start the structure of the international airport.
She took to her social media; Minister Charles urged all the residents of Dominics to take advantage of the construction period of the airport. The duration of the construction of the airport will bring many opportunities for the country’s people. Accordingly, the Minister encouraged them to put themselves in a favourable position for future opportunities.
The Minister of Tourism assured the people that the government would execute every segment of this project according to the laws and regulations of the country. She also announced that work is available for the people! With this, she urged the people to refrain from paying attention to “unnecessary chatter” and pay attention to the construction of the airport.
The arrival of the new equipment will be a significant step in the country’s development. In line with this, the Prime Minister of Dominica shared that he is looking forward to delivering the new international airport, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, to the country’s people. He added that the new establishment would serve the needs of the general public and assist in the country’s economic development.
Notably, the airport’s construction will also boost employment opportunities for the people of Dominica. The project currently employs 28 capable engineers from Dominica.