President Mohamed Nasheed has said government is consulting representatives from tourism industry and other stakeholders to find ways for resolving labour related disputes.

One such measure, he said, was to enact strike regulations until relevant legislation was passed by the parliament, adding that legislation or regulations were urgently required.

Highlighting on the tourism week which is being marked in the country, the President stressed there were responsibilities of both employers and employees in settling labour related issues.

“How we act with regard to [labour issues] should not create a situation that may ruin our future,” he added.

In his radio address, the President also spoke on his visit to New Delhi on Saturday to attend the opening of the Commonwealth Games.

The President said he was confident all arrangements for the games would be in place in Delhi.

“Delhi games will be one of the most successfully held Commonwealth Games so far,” said the President.