Terrance Drew, the Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, recently visited the embassy of Venezuela in St Kitts and Nevis for a wreath laying ceremony. He appreciated the strong diplomatic relation between St Kitts and Nevis and Venezuela. His visit came at a time when both countries are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their diplomatic relationship.
During the visit prime Minister was also joined by the Chargé Affaires Ad Hoc of the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Marco Antonio Guzman Adrian, along with Members of the Cabinet, other Ambassadors, and senior official of Government . They also attended the wreath-laying ceremony held at the National Heroes Park.
Wreaths laid by leaders at the feet of the statues of the Late Right Excellent Sir Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw, the Late Right Excellent Sir C. A. Paul Southwell, the Late Right Excellent Sir Joseph N. France, and the Late Right Excellent Sir Simeon Daniel. At this occassion Homage was also paid to the only living National Hero, the Right Excellent and the Right Honourable Sir Kennedy A. Simmonds.
PM Drew, while speaking on this special occasion, said that Venezuela is the first country that establish its embassy in St. Kitts and Nevis. This early establishment of our friendship remains an example of Venezuela’s unconditional dedication to nurturing those bonds of friendship between SKN and venezuela.
According to PM Drew, we are deeply grateful for the shared experiences of bilateral relations, mutual respect, and the commitment to a brighter future together.
On his part, Chargé d’ Affaires Guzmán express thanks on behalf of his Government to the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis for its solidarity and friendship towards Venezuela.
He also stated that, we like to give a Special thanks for the support that our friend, the Honourable Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew, gave by asking the world last September at the United Nations General Assembly for the lifting of the sanctions imposed on the Venezuelan people by foreign governments.