Brantley, Nevis Historical Society members discuss plans for event celebrating birth of Alexander Hamilton

Brantley informed that they had discussed various plans to commence the event, which would celebrate Nevisian-born American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.

Brantley, Nevis Historical Society members discuss plans for event celebrating birth of Alexander Hamilton
Brantley, Nevis Historical Society members discuss plans for event celebrating birth of Alexander Hamilton

St Kitts and Nevis: Mark Brantley- Minister of Foreign Affairs and Premier of Nevis, met with members of the Nevis Historical and Conservation Society and the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society on Tuesday, March 29, 2022. 

While expressing his pleasure over meeting with the delegations, Mark Brantley noted, “Met with members of the Nevis Historical and Conservation Society and the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society.” 

Brantley informed that they had discussed various plans to commence the event, which would celebrate Nevisian-born American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton

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“Today to discuss plans for a major event celebrating Nevisian-born American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. Truly an honour”, underscored Premier of Nevis Brantley. 

Earlier, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Civil Aviation and Premier of Nevis- Mark Brantley welcomed Gregg Rawlins, who is an IICA representative in the Eastern Caribbean in St Kitts and Nevis. On Tuesday, March 29, 202, both the delegates met and discussed various matters of concern in the different sectors, especially Agriculture. 

While expressing pleasure over the meeting with Gregg Rawlins, Brantley noted, “Truly delighted to welcome home to Nevis my friend Gregg Rawlins, IICA representative in the Eastern Caribbean.”  

Both the delegates have touched on different areas of Nevis island, which focused Agriculture sector. They also focused on the enlargement of the different aspects of the agriculture sector. 

They have also discussed the various measures to uplift the agriculture sector and also increase the knowledge among the residents to adopt different steps to increase the productivity of the crops in the country. 

Gregg CE Rawlins, a national of Barbados, was appointed Representative of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) in the Eastern Caribbean States on July 1, 2019. 

He has over 30 years of experience in the agriculture field in the Caribbean region at both the national and regional levels. He was a great agricultural economist who has achieved various several key multinational agencies in the region. 

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Brantley also expressed the significance of food security and discussed various ways to improve it in Nevis.