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GMB supports Guam in South Korea
Guam Visitors Bureau and the tourist industry recently came back from advertising the islands at the Hana Tour International Show in Seoul, South Korea, June 7-10 and the Korea World Travel Fair, also in Seoul, June 14-17. GVB press releases show that Team Guam had the biggest stand at the Hana Tour International Show, with 19 Guam affiliates under one roof.
The Guam region shipped 2,140 package tours valued at approximately $2.7 million. Morinaga, CEO of GVB, guided the Guam delegations and the Pacific Star Resort & Spa to the Korea World Tourism Fair. The press report states that Guam was awarded the Best Both Design Prize. "I am proud that our mission was able to take home the best stand for our Isle.
They' ve all done such a good work to present Guam's hafa-daisy mind and the Chamoru culture," said Morinaga. Team Guam presented a host of highlights on both shows - Jesse Bais and Ruby Santos, Guam based dance artists, Miss Guam Universe 2017 Myana Welch photography and an online slot.
Guam Tourist Office officers also joined Korea Air and Jeju Air to give an updated on promotional and travelling initiatives and to increase their engagement for the growth of the Korea airspace.
DPRK renews menace to Guam as US and South Korea launches new Navy exercise
South Korea (SEOUL) -- South and U.S. forces have started five-day collaborative marine drill under the renewals of Korea's menace of rocket fire near the U.S. territories of Guam. Recent common practices take place at a period of increased tension in connection with Pyongyang's atomic and rocket programmes, with fear of a possible armed conflict following the recent exchange of offenses and strong public speaking between President Trump and Kim Jong Un, the DPRK leadership.
Did North Korea chase itself out of a test site? The South and US armed groups carry out regular common training and North Korea sentences them as invasive samples. Korea's navies say the training that began on Monday in the seas off the peninsula of Korea included combat planes, choppers and 40 Navy vessels, among them the USS Ronald Reagan airlifter.
Speaker Jang Wook explained to reporters that the holes aim to practice how to react to a possible marine evocation by North Korea and improve the allied' combo readiness for action. Excercises should involve firing practice at sea by navy vessels and planes and anti-submarine practice, but the South Korean army has not published any photographs or videos.
The North Korean government did not react immediately to the drill. North said it could take countermeasures such as a volley of rocket starts in water bodies near Guam. The United States would find lobbying rockets near Guam profoundly offensive, and a misjudgment on both sides could result in a war.
Pyongyang has accelerated its effort under Kim's command to strengthen its weapon stockpiles and gain the ability to fire atomic rockets at any destination on the American continent. In September, the Nordic countries carried out its 6th and strongest atomic test and launch two ICBMs in July. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Sunday that US diplomacy to solve the DPRK crises "will go on until the first bombshell falls".
This testimony comes despite Mr. Trump's tweet a few week ago that his executive emissary "wasted his time" and tried to bargain with "Little Rocket Man", a moniker given by Mr. Trump to the head of the nuclear-armed country, Kim Jong Un. "With Kim Jong Un and the North Korean government, I think he wants to make it clear that he has made the necessary preparatory measures and that he has these optional militaries on the agenda.
Latest news from the top of the US administration has expressed concern about the miscalculations in the midst of the increasing warlike change of words between Trump and the DPRK leadership.