The Minister of Foreign Affairs in the government of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Dr Denzil Douglas, Was on a prolonged work trip to London. Dr Douglas also celebrated his birthday on the trip. According to Dr Douglas, the Work trip was four days long. During the journey, he had the chance to meet with several important Dignitaries.
The senior minister and former leader of Saint Kitts and Nevis labour party handle the responsibility for the ministries of International Trade, Foreign Affairs et al. Doctor Douglas took to his social media account to share an update on his work trip. During the journey, he visited London, England and talked about the country’s investment options and the citizenship-by-investment program offered by the twin-island federation.
He wrote, On my visit to London, England, I had the privilege of meeting some really interesting persons of high net worth. These individuals were eager to learn more about our Government’s Priorities and Investment Opportunities. The specific interest areas were renewables, hospitality, financial services, agriculture and health.
During the trip, doctor Denzil Douglas also met and discussed with the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland. CSG Scotland briefed doctor Douglas on the programs and initiatives of the Secretariat. According to the senior leader, The Secretariat supports small and vulnerable states, climate change, finance access, digitization, universal vulnerability index and training opportunities.
During his trip to London, Dr Denzil Douglas attended the all-party parliamentary group focussed on St Kitts and Nevis. He wrote regarding the event that it was an honour to participate in the launch of the Inaugural All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG)on St. Kitts and Nevis.
While delivering an address at the session of the parliamentary group, Chair of the APPG MP Daniel Kacwcyzynski said: St Kitts and Nevis gained its Independence in 1983, now in its 40th anniversary. British Parliamentarians have created an All-Party Parliamentary Group to re-engage the bilateral relationship. The People of SKN are a part of the British Family through language, history and our Head of State, King Charles III.
Meanwhile, Dr Denzil Douglas stated in his social media address that MP Daniel Jawczynski, Chair of APPG, looks forward to working with our High Commissioner in London, Kevin Isaac, to build a close relationship to advance mutual issues.