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The United States’ new envoy to Jamaica, Pamela Bridgewater has pointed out that many Americans spend their vacations in Jamaica yearly, accounting for 65 percent of Jamaica’s tourism, while 160 Peace Corps volunteers live and work across the island.

She has pledged to use her tenure in Kingston to strengthen historic ties of friendship and cooperation between the two countries and said that she is looking forward to working with the government and people of Jamaica in fulfilling her duties as ambassador.

Bridgewater expressed her views while holding discussions with Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Audrey Marks, during a courtesy call at the Embassy of Jamaica.

She acknowledged that she saw possibilities of a win-win situation in the area of joint-venture opportunities between the two countries and said, “Jamaica and America share deep political, cultural and religious values and many common elements in our history.

The people of the United States have always had a tremendous love for Jamaica and its rich cultural heritage and traditions.”

Bridgewater also highlighted on the strong ties between the two countries by pointing out that the majority of tourists in Jamaica are from the USA.

Tourism remains one of the strongest industries in Jamaica, something which is obvious not just from the number of tourists it welcomes from America but from the rest of the world. Catering to the needs of the tourists, the island boasts a fabulous range of Jamaica accommodation, Jamaica villas and cottages and also Jamaica apartments to suit all tastes, age groups and budgets.

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