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NEW YORK — Mr. Tye McKenzie, Past President of the Bahamas National Youth Council, paid a courtesy call on The Hon. Forrester J. Carroll, Bahamas Consul General to New York, on Thursday, September 3, 2015 at Bahama House, 231 E 46th Street. Pictured from left to right are Dr. Valencia Carroll, wife of the Consul General; Mr. Bullard; Consul General Carroll; and Mr. Craig Powell, Bahamas Mission. 

Washington  
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H.E. Dr. Eugene G. Newry, Ambassador of The Bahamas to the United States and non-resident Ambassador of The Bahamas to Mexico, was among the non-resident Caribbean Ambassadors present during the inaugural ceremony for an office dedicated to non-resident Caribbean Ambassadors accredited to Mexico. He is pictured second from right. 

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Non-resident Caribbean Ambassadors accredited to Mexico are pictured during ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the new office space. Bahamas Ambassador Dr. Eugene G. Newry is second from right. 

MEXICO CITY, Mexico — The Government of Mexico on Wednesday, September 9, 2015, held an inaugural ceremony for an office dedicated to non-resident Caribbean Ambassadors accredited to Mexico. 

The ceremony, which was held at the Triangular Building of the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs in Mexico City, Mexico, was attended by H.E. Alva Baptiste, Minister of External Affairs, International Trade and Civil Aviation of St. Lucia; Ambassador Collin Granderson, Assistant Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM); several non-resident Caribbean Ambassadors, as well as resident Caribbean Ambassadors and representatives, and officials from the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs of Mexico.

Present on behalf of The Bahamas Government was H.E. Dr. Eugene G. Newry, Ambassador of The Bahamas to the United States of America and non-resident Ambassador of The Bahamas to Mexico. Ambassador Newry was accompanied to Mexico by his wife Mrs. Francoise Torchon-Newry and Ms. Krissy Hanna, Second Secretary of The Bahamas Embassy, in Washington, D.C. 

The establishment of an office for non-resident Caribbean Ambassadors was a decision made by the Government of Mexico to facilitate ongoing bilateral engagement and cooperation with Caribbean countries with which Mexico has forged diplomatic ties.

Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between The Bahamas and Mexico on January 23, 1974, both countries have enjoyed good, friendly relations, and continue to advance their common interest within regional and international fora on issues, which, among others, include the promotion of education, respect for human rights and democratic institutions, regional security and hemispheric cooperation.

                                                                                       
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H.E. Dr. Eugene G. Newry, Ambassador of The Bahamas to the United States and non-resident Ambassador of The Bahamas to Mexico, was among the non-resident Caribbean Ambassadors present during the inaugural ceremony for an office dedicated to non-resident Caribbean Ambassadors accredited to Mexico. He is pictured second from right.

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The  Minister of Financial Services Hope Strachan, third from the left, with the High Commissioner to London Ed Bethel and Mrs. Bethel  in London at the annual STEP Awards on 8th September.