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Premier Mark Brantley greets Dr Kevin Issaac for being named Diplomat of year in London

Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley extending greetings to Dr Kevin Isaac for being named Diplomat of the Year for North America and the Caribbean at the Diplomat Magazine annual Award presentation held in London. 

St Kitts and Nevis: Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley extending greetings to Dr Kevin Isaac for being named Diplomat of the Year for North America and the Caribbean at the Diplomat Magazine annual Award presentation held in London. 

Full Statement of Premier Mark Brantley:

The good news keeps coming.

Ladies and gentlemen, please help me celebrate our own His Excellency Dr Kevin Isaac for being last night named Diplomat of the Year for North America and the Caribbean at the Diplomat Magazine annual Award presentation held in London. HE Dr Isaac is St. Kitts Nevis High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.

The awards ceremony continues to celebrate and recognize the outstanding work and achievements of London’s diplomatic community. HE Dr Isaac was named Diplomat of the Year in 2015 also.

This award is unique because the winners are nominated by their peers and this award shows the high esteem in which the diplomatic work of Dr Isaac for and on behalf of his beloved St Kitts and Nevis is perceived.

Please help me congratulate His Excellency Dr Kevin Isaac on this prestigious award and recognition. 

On the other hand, Dr Kevin Isaac thanked all his colleagues for their confidence and support, “I thank St Kitts & Nevis as well as my colleague diplomats for their confidence and support.”

Many people have also congratulated him, and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade- Kamina Smith also congratulated him,” Congratulations on this well deserved recognition High Commissioner! Truly well merited,”. 

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