Prime Minister Welcomes British Foreign Secretary to Freeport

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The 9th annual biennial meeting between the British and the Caribbean region took place in Freeport on 29 and 30 April.  The British were represented by Philip Hammond, Foreign Secretary and James Dudderidge, the Minister for the Caribbean in the Foreign Office.  The Caribbean region saw Ministers from The Bahamas led by Fred Mitchell MP, Jamaica, Belize, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica and heads of delegations from all other Caricom countries.  The meeting was pronounced a success with an interesting political dialogue on matters ranging from climate change, to security, to de-risking and the financial services sector. The photos are by Vandyke Hepburn of the Bahamas Information Services.  You may click here for the full statement of the Prime Minister Perry Christie who welcomed the Foreign Secretary to The Bahamas.