Dominica signs agreement with Syria to establish diplomatic relations

As per the reports, the signing ceremony has been held at the headquarters of the permanent delegation of Syria to the United Nations. 

Dominica signs agreement with Syria to establish diplomatic relations
Dominica signs agreement with Syria to establish diplomatic relations

Roseau, Dominica: The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica signed an agreement with Syria to establish diplomatic relations between the two countries earlier this week. 

As per the reports, the signing ceremony has been held at the headquarters of the permanent delegation of Syria to the United Nations. 

The Dominica CBIU took to Twitter and tweeted, “Earlier this week, Dominica and Syria signed an agreement on establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries. The signing ceremony of the agreement took place at the headquarters of Syria’s permanent delegation to the United Nations“. 

The agreement has created diplomatic relations between Dominica and Syria, which further enhanced the various matters of concern. 

Earlier on March 9, 2022, Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit has informed that government of Commonwealth of Dominica launched the Kalinago Development Fund (KDF) to provide easier access to credit for Kalinago people to build resilience, sustain livelihoods, increase earnings and household incomes, launch financially viable businesses and create employment on Wednesday, March 9, 2022. 

Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit addressed the launch ceremony and stated that it is a progressive move towards the sustainable development of Dominica’s indigenous people. The Kalinago Development Fund is designed to lift people out of economic dependence, increase opportunities to build wealth and create avenues for growth in agriculture, enterprise and education. 

 The rehabilitation of the Wills Strathmore Stevens Primary School in Marigot (The most significant settlement of Saint Andrew Parish in northeastern Dominica) is near completion. On Wednesday, March 2, 2022, Prime Minister Dr Roosvelt Skerrit has shared the update on the project and stated that the rehabilitation of the Wills Strathmore Stevens Primary Schools in Marigot is underway and will be completed in some time. 

The Government of Dominica has further informed that the project costs more than 2.5 million dollars, and it was funded by the Government of Canada through the Caribbean Development Bank and the Government of Dominica.