Monthly Archive: June 2017

NEW HIGH COMMISSION IN CANADA OFFICIALLY OPENED

16 June, 2016 (Ottawa, Canada) – On an overcast day in Canada`s capital, Foreign Minister Mark Brantley made history by joining High Commissioner Skerritt-Andrew in officially opening the Federation`s first independent chancery in Canada. Gathered at the auspicious occasion were senior representatives of the host country, members of the Ottawa diplomatic corps and nationals and …

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ST KITTS AND NEVIS AND CANADA USHER IN A NEW ERA IN RELATIONS

  Ottawa, Ontario (16 June, 2017) – Amid senior government officials from Canada, members of the Ottawa diplomatic corps and proud citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis, the Federation`s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Honourable Mark Brantley and Honourable Matt Decourcey raised glasses in honour of the establishment of the Federation`s chancery in Ottawa.   The …

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THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND REMOVES ST. KITTS AND NEVIS FROM LIST OF NON-COOPERATIVE STATES.

(June 13, 2017) The Permanent Mission of the Republic of Poland to the United Nations recently informed the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis that it has removed St. Kitts and Nevis from its national list of uncooperative tax havens. In 2015, the European Commission issued a Press Release with a list of international tax …

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MUA honours Foreign Minister Brantley for his invaluable help and vision

(JUNE 06, 2017) — Deputy Premier of Nevis Hon. Mark Brantley, was honoured by the Medical University of the Americas (MUA) with an honorary degree on June 03, 2017, in appreciation and a show of gratitude for his invaluable help and vision to the facility’s campus in Nevis.   The honorary Doctor of Laws degree was …

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PERMANENT SECRETARY IN CANADA AHEAD OF OFFICIAL OPENING OF HIGH COMMISSION

Ottawa (Ontario, CA) – 30 May 2017 –  Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kaye Bass, is currently in Canada meeting with staff and Canadian partners.  The trip comes ahead of an intense month of meetings and official activities in Canada. While in Ottawa, PS Bass used the opportunity to speak with staff …

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