Antigua and Barbuda’s Foreign Affairs Minister E.P Chet Greene continues diplomatic moves across the world, with his latest stop in the United Kingdom.
Recently, the UK Minister of State in the Department of Business and Trade, Nigel Huddleston, MP, met with Greene to discuss a wide range of issues including the UK/CARIFORUM Joint Council Meeting.
Greene also raised the recovering tourism sector in A&B and further investment opportunities for UK companies in the twin island nation.
In a separate meeting, Greene also held discussions with the UK’s Minister for the Americas and the Caribbean, David Rutley.
Both men discussed a range of subjects including trade and the UK/CARIFORUM Economic Partnership Agreement, and the UN SIDS Summit, which is held every 10 years and will next be hosted by Antigua and Barbuda in 2024.
The UK says it looks forward to supporting Antigua and Barbuda at the summit.