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THE WORK OF THE MISSIONS ABROAD

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Atlanta

August 29, 2017

Deputy Consul General Monique Vanderpool attending the Sister Airport Agreement Signing Ceremony between Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Roberts International Airport Liberia .

Pictured from left to right:
(1st Photo)
Mr. Roosevelt Council Jr., General Manager at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Mrs. Monique Vanderpool, Deputy Consul General of The Bahamas, Mrs. Cynthia Blandford, Honorary Consul General of Liberia and Mr. will Freeman, Managing Director, Roberts International Airport Liberia.

(2nd photo)

Deputy Consul General Monique Vanderpool and Ms. Candace Byrd, Chief of Staff, Mayor Kasim Reed’s Office 

Headquarters

31 August, 2017

For immediate Release

Bahamas Prepares to Resume Talks on Bahamas/U.S. Maritime Boundaries

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Thursday morning hosted an important internal workshop in preparation for the resumption of long standing talks on the delimitation of maritime boundaries with the United States of America.

Minister of Foreign Affairs, The Hon. Darren Henfield, in opening remarks, said: “The Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas has prioritized as a major foreign policy objective, the settlement of Maritime Borders.”

Taking part in the workshop are representatives of the various government departments and agencies engaged in the process.

Headquarters

31 August, 2017

For immediate Release

Bahamas Prepares to Resume Talks on Bahamas/U.S. Maritime Boundaries

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Thursday morning hosted an important internal workshop in preparation for the resumption of long standing talks on the delimitation of maritime boundaries with the United States of America.

Minister of Foreign Affairs, The Hon. Darren Henfield, in opening remarks, said: “The Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas has prioritized as a major foreign policy objective, the settlement of Maritime Borders.”

Taking part in the workshop are representatives of the various government departments and agencies engaged in the process.

Washington D C

Watching the historical eclipse: The CARICOM delegation with the host delegation from the Department of Energy of the United States during the Workshop Implementing Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements Small Quantities Protocols/ Additional Protocols for Caribbean States, 21st to 25th August, 2017.

Headquarters

Discussions between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs personnel and representatives from the Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations during courtesy call to the Minister of Foreign Affairs 29 August.

L TO R: Ms. Gillian Smith, FAO Officer in Charge for Representation in Jamaica, The Bahamas and Belize, Paula Valdivieso, FAO Conference Protocol Officer, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Director General Brennen-Haylock, Ms. Delreese Moss Grant, Marketing Officer and FAO National Correspondent for The Bahamas at the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources.

Headquarters

Permanent Secretary Sheila Carey of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs takes her leave of the Ministry as she takes on a new assignment at the Bahamas Mission in the United Nations on 28 August.

Headquarters

28 August, 2017

Inter-American Development Bank Representatives Courtesy Call on Minister of Foreign Affairs

L-R: Deputy Permanent Secretary Donna Lowe, IDB representatives Gevon R. Moss and Maria Florencia Attademo-Hirt, Minister of Foreign Affairs the Hon. Darren Henfield, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Head of Economic, Trade and Sustainable Development Division Chanelle Brown.