Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister Terrance Drew met Didier Trebucq – The United Nations Resident Coordinator for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, on Tuesday. The discussion focused on their collaboration and the development of both allies for upcoming years.
The meeting featured a range of different topics with a particular focus on the formulation of a new UN Country Implementation Plan for the next two years.
Noting this, the meeting reflected their collaborative commitment to encourage the development initiatives in the region. Moreover, the officials engaged in key talks to address the challenges and foster mutual growth.
The bilateral meeting is expected to have a positive impact, underscoring the importance of international collaboration in advancing shared benefits.
It is to be noted that PM Drew took to his official social media handle (Facebook) to share glimpses of the meeting.
“Yesterday, I had the pleasure of meeting with Didier Trebucq, the United Nations Resident Coordinator for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean. Our discussion was not only productive but also illuminating as we delved into various aspects of collaboration between the UN and Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Key among our topics was the formulation of a new UN Country Implementation Plan for the forthcoming two years, reflecting our shared commitment to advancing development initiatives in our region.
“I eagerly anticipate the prospect of ongoing collaboration and the positive impact it will undoubtedly have on our nation’s progress”, added PM Drew.
The table was joined by other representatives such as The Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office- Naeemah Hazel, Senior Foreign Service Officer- Bjorn Hazel, and an economist and Development Coordination Unit Officer at the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office- Uzumma Erume.
Notably, Trebucq was accompanied by Cosbert Woods, serving as the UN Country Coordinator for St Kitts and Nevis.
Adding to the facts, PM Drew has always shown a keen interest in attending international meetings and has always been active in taking up challenges.