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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mourns the Passing of Honorary Consul Leonard Junior Wharwood

ST. GEORGE: AUGUST 24, 2018:  GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SERVICE: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs mourns the passing of Grenada’s Honorary Consul in Montreal, Mr. Leonard (Junior) Wharwood.

For many years, Junior served Grenada’s Diaspora with distinction. His success as Grenada’s Honorary Consul was attributed to his fierce patriotism and his love and empathy for his Grenadian sisters and brothers.

His deep love for country and people combined with his passion to serve, lifted us all.

Statement on then passing of Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan

ST. GEORGE: AUGUST 20, 2018- GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SERVICE: Prime Minister, Dr. the Right Honourable joins other leaders around the world in mourning the passing of former United Nations Secretary General, Kofi Annan.

Mr. Annan who served as UN Secretary General from 1997 to 2006, was described by many as the consummate diplomat and international statesman who resolutely defended the ideals of international peace and security. In 2001, Mr. Annan was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, jointly with the United Nations.

Prime Minister Mitchell recalls the former UN Secretary General as a humanitarian who worked tirelessly to ensure that disadvantaged persons around the world were afforded their human rights.

Statement from Government of Grenada re: recent attack in Venezuela

ST. GEORGE-   GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SERVICE --AUGUST 9TH 2018: The August 4 attack that endangered the lives of the leadership of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela including President Nicolás Maduro, while addressing a gathering marking the 81st anniversary of the Bolivarian National Guard, signals a dangerous and unacceptable new level to the political situation in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

Prime Minister’s Post Carnival Message

Fellow Grenadians, it is with a deep sense of satisfaction that I address you this evening, just days after our carnival celebrations.

Carnival 2018 was a definite success. Stakeholders and spectators alike share the view that many improvements were visible this year, but of course, we must continuously explore opportunities to improve our carnival product, ensuring that it continues to be representative of our culture and
that it serves as a top attraction to boost visitor arrivals.

The success of our carnival season cannot be attributed to any one particular stakeholder or event; it is the collective result of all stakeholders playing their respective roles and all events adding to the sum total of the Spice Mas experience.

Chair of the 38th Conference of Heads of Government

Prime Minister of Grenada Dr. Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell will chair the Thirty-Eighth Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), at the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort, 4 – 6 July 2017 (with an Opening Ceremony at the Grenada Trade Centre).

Prime Minister Mitchell assumes the role of Chairman of CARICOM from 1 July 2017 and his six month term ends on 31 December 2017. He takes over from the out-going Chairman, HE David Granger, President of Guyana whose six-month term ran from 1 January to 30 June 2017.

About Us

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Grenada is the entity responsible for the formulation and execution of the foreign policy of the State of Grenada as it involves the bilateral or multilateral relations with other states and with regional and international organizations.  Indeed, the Ministry serves as the formal point of contact with the international community.

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Botanical Gardens
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