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PM Dr. Terrance Drew promotes Citizenship by Investment program in Istanbul

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St. Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew has safely landed in Istanbul, Turkey. He arrived there to vigorously promote the prestigious Citizenship by Investment Program.

On arriving, he also met with the several business leaders in Turkey and will attend the meetings in the coming days that will include a CBI Investment forum beginning on Tuesday.

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Reportedly, PM Drew is on a mission to breathe new life into the nation’s Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Program. The Prime Minister has embarked on a series of overseas engagements, demonstrating his unwavering commitment to the economic prosperity of his country.

Dr. Terrance Drew departed from Washington on Friday and after that reached to Istanbul, Turkey. Being on Global Outreach, there he aimed to reinvigorate the CBI Program with an agenda to hold the meetings with the influential business leaders in Turkey and laying the groundwork for revitalising the investor’s interest in the program.

Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew while meeting with other delegates in Istanbul
Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew while meeting with other delegates in Istanbul

As per the sources, the St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program has tackled major significant setbacks, since the changes were implemented in January 2023, last year.

Considering the challenges, recently, a RICO lawsuit was filed in the United States (US), casting a shadow over the integrity of the program.

PM Drew stayed steadfast, underrated by the obstacles, in his efforts to restore confidence and stimulate the investment.

Furthermore, Dr. Drew’s schedule is booked to participate in a CBI Investment forum on Tuesday, in Istanbul. At the forum, he will be provided a platform to engage with potential investors and stakeholders.

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Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew with other official delegates in a meeting at Istanbul
Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew with other official delegates in a meeting at Istanbul

However, these interactions aim to foster partnerships and showcase the myriad opportunities that are available through the CBI Program.

The Key to Prime Minister’s strategy is to leverage international partnerships and promote transparency and accountability within the program.

Important concerns have been addressed head-on that championed the program’s strengths. Prime Minister seeks to reposition St. Kitts and Nevis as a premier destination for global investors, who are seeking citizenship through investment.

Proactive approach of Prime Minister Drew underscores his leadership and determination to navigate the challenges faced in the St. Kitts and Nevis CBI Program.

As PM continues his overseas engagements, his unwavering commitment to the program’s success serves as a beacon of hope for the nation’s economic resilience and prosperity.

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