St Kitts and Nevis: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Civil Aviation and Premier of Nevis- Mark Brantley, met with Theodora Mircea, who is the new Ambassador of Romania to St Kitts and Nevis, on Wednesday, March 30, 2022. He welcomed the Ambassador in Nevis.
While expressing pleasure after meeting with the Ambassador, Premier Brantley, through his Facebook post, noted, “Excellent meeting today as I welcomed to #Nevis Theodora Mircea the new Ambassador of #Romania to Kitts and Nevis.”
Brantley outlined various matters of concern that have been discussed between the two delegates. He stated that for the development of any country, healthy relations with other countries are necessary, so diplomacy matters.
He stated that they had discussed various bilateral and multilateral issues and discussed further strengthening the relations between Romania and St Kitts and Nevis.
Excellent meeting today as I welcomed to #Nevis HE Theodora Mircea the new Ambassador of #Romania to #StKitts #Nevis. We discussed divers bilateral and multilateral issues and pledged to work together to deepen and strengthen relations between our two countries #DiplomacyMatters pic.twitter.com/Mv1cNGqgVu
— Hon. Mark Brantley (@markbrantley3) March 30, 2022
Brantley affirmed that the meeting had featured various bilateral and multilateral issues. He pledges, “We discussed diverse bilateral and multilateral issues and pledged to work together to deepen and strengthen relations between our two countries.”
Earlier, the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis also welcomed the Ambassador of Romania to St Kitts and Nevis, Theodora Magdalena Mircea. She also presented the Letters of Credence to the Governor-General of St Kitts and Nevis SW Tapley Seaton on Monday, March 28, 2022.
Further, Ambassador Mircea also paid courtesy calls on a number of Senior Government Officials, which included Minister of Foreign Affairs Mark Brantley, Minister of Tourism Lindsay Grant, Minister of Education Jonel Powell, and Minister of International Trade Wendy Phipps.
Further, the meetings of the delegation have featured diverse bilateral matters that could affect both countries. It included the Regional Police Training, Training for Diplomats, Graphic Design, Kinesiotherapy, and Information Technology, Academic Scholarships in Horticulture. They have a also discussed the details of a potential Water Project for the Federation.
In 2009, both countries deepened their friendship by establishing diplomatic and bilateral ties. They have continued their dialogue on various areas of cooperation that are of mutual benefit to both countries.