As Barbados gears as much as observe 50 years of diplomatic ties with Mexico, Performing Prime Minister, Santia Bradshaw, is expressing renewed optimism in new areas of cooperation that may be pursued to the advantage of each international locations.
Ambassador of Mexico to Barbados, Victor Hugo Morales Meléndez, paid a courtesy name on the Performing Prime Minister at Ilaro Court docket just lately, the place the 2 counterparts held wide-ranging talks on quite a few areas.
Bradshaw informed the Ambassador that Authorities was desperate to work with him given the numerous work that had been executed by his predecessor, and particularly
throughout this yr which marks 5 a long time of friendship.
She added: “I need to want you properly by way of the subsequent few years and to offer the dedication from Barbados that we stay up for having the ability to proceed constructing on our bilateral relationship with Mexico.”
Describing Barbados as a “lovely and crucial nation”, Ambassador Meléndez mentioned regardless of the long-standing ties, there have been areas of cooperation to be pursued not solely in academia, but additionally within the world agenda in areas of local weather change or sustainable growth.
“It’s vital to attach with Barbados to debate vital points corresponding to local weather change, or sustainable growth…. Now we have an vital bilateral agenda with Barbados and within the context of the fiftieth anniversary of our relationships, the Minister of International Affairs of Mexico, Marcelo Ebrad, gave me a letter, signed by him, for Prime Minister Mottley in recognition of the 50 years.”
The Ambassador additionally inspired Barbados to signal on to the Latin American and Caribbean House Settlement to strengthen the excellent and sustainable growth of a regional house programme that can profit the Latin American and Caribbean peoples.
Performing Prime Minister Bradshaw counseled Ambassador Meléndez for his nation’s efforts on this regard.
Barbados and Mexico established diplomatic ties in 1972. (BGIS)