Premier Brantley participates in Canada- CARICOM meeting of Foreign Ministers

Brantley expressed the meeting as an excellent platform in which everyone could share their exchange their views on various matters of concern related to development agendas. 

Premier Brantley participates in Canada- CARICOM meeting of Foreign Ministers
Premier Brantley participates in Canada- CARICOM meeting of Foreign Ministers

St Kitts and Nevis: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Civil Aviation and Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley attended the second Canada- CARICOM meeting of Foreign Ministers virtually on Friday, April 1, 2022. 

Brantley expressed the meeting as an excellent platform in which everyone could share their exchange their views on various matters of concern related to development agendas. Brantley expressed the meeting as an excellent platform in which everyone could share their exchange their views on various matters of concern related to development agendas. 

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While expressing pleasure over the meeting, Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley noted, “Truly an honour to participate virtually in the 2nd Canada-CARICOM Foreign Ministers’ meeting.”

Further, he expressed that the relationship between Canada and the Caribbean region will always be strong and solid as both the regions assist each other in various areas of concern.  

Brantley stated, “Today provided an excellent platform to exchange views and achieve consensus on critical regional and global issues. The relationship between Canada and the Caribbean region remains rock solid.”

Foreign Trade and Immigration for Belize, and Chair of the Caribbean Community Council for Foreign and Community Relations (COFCOR), Mélanie Joly, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Eamon Courtenay, Minister of Foreign Affairs, have been attended by the 2022 Canada-CARICOM Foreign Ministers’ Group meeting. The meeting has been held through online mode. 

Ministers focused on various matters of concern, such as the strong value of the deep and dynamic relations between Canada and the CARICOM of the Caribbean region. They have also talked about strengthening their commitment to sustainability, and climate action, while pursuing concrete to uplift the resilient and sustainable economies, cooperate on regional security and promote stability. 

They also focused on collaboration in multilateral fora, including the international order, promotion of sustainable development, and democracy. 

Further, Premier of Nevis- Mark Brantley, had an excellent engagement this morning with EU Ambassador HE Malgorzata Wasilewska. In the meeting, they have discussed critical bilateral issues. #StKitts #Nevis thanks the European Union for its continued constructive dialogue and engagement. 

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