Kamina Johnson Smith wishes State of Samoa on 60th Independence Day

Kamina Smith stated the country has progressively worked with its various part to strengthen themselves significantly. She also expressed happiness about the good and friendly relations with the State of Samoa. 

Kamina Johnson Smith wishes State of Samoa on 60th Independence Day
Kamina Johnson Smith wishes State of Samoa on 60th Independence Day

Jamaica: Kamina Johnson Smith- Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Jamaica, extended warm wishes and blessings on the 60th Independence Day of the State of Samoa, the Cradle of Polynesia. 

Kamina Smith stated the country has progressively worked with its various part to strengthen themselves significantly. She also expressed happiness about the good and friendly relations with the State of Samoa

Kamina Johnson Smith further stressed that they have also worked efficiently to make formal dip relations. 

She also greets the government and people of the country on an auspicious day and wishes growth and prosperity for the country and its people. 

Through her social media, she noted, “Happy 60th to the Independent State of #Samoa, the Cradle of Polynesia! We have long worked well in #UN #OACPS #AOSIS and indeed our #Commonwealth.

While expressing pleasure in their good relations with the government, she also talked about the further strengthing of the diplomatic relations. 

Kamina Smith asserted, “I am proud that this will be strengthened by our formal dip relations. I wish your country and people growth and prosperity, Government of Samoa.”

Kamina Johnson Smith is a Senator and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade and Jamaica’s Candidate for Commonwealth Secretary General 2022. She is working and promoting herself for the position of the Secretary General of the Commonwealth by interacting with different leaders across the globe. 

Recently, she visited various African countries and interacted with Prime Ministerial and Presidential level leaders and shared her re-energizing and re-emerging vision and agenda for the top position.   

Kamina Smith also attended an agri-investment forum hosted by the government of Guyana and President Dr Irfaan Ali, where she outlined the importance of the food security and safety of agriculture. 

Various governments of the countries such as the United Kingdom, India, Trinidad and Tobago backed the candidature for the position of the Commonwealth Secretary General and stated they fully supported her vision of change for the CSG.