Tag Archives: Ministry Of Foreign Affairs

FOREIGN AFFAIRS-EXPO

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Commerce and Trade, in collaboration with the Permanent Mission of St Vincent and the Grenadines to the United Nations, will host an Innovation Exposition here today. The event is being held in recognition of World Creativity and Innovation Day which is celebrated annually on April 21st. The day is intended… Continue Reading →

ROYAL NAVY RECRUITMENT

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce has said it has been working in conjunction with the High Commission of St Vincent and the Grenadines in London to explore possibilities for the recruitment of Vincentians in the Royal Navy. And, the Ministry has made it clear that any information that has been circulated in… Continue Reading →

SVG STATEMENT ON PALESTINIAN KILLINGS

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has condemned the killing of over sixty Palestinians, including an eight-month-old baby, and the injuring of hundreds more, by the Israeli Defence Forces, on Monday May 14th, in Palestinian territory. A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs here said it is shameful that some allies internationally… Continue Reading →

CHINA EQUIPMENT

Vincentians are being advised by the Department of Trade in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Commerce and Trade to exercise caution as it relates to the procuring of heavy equipment/heavy machinery from businesses operating from Shanghai China. The Department said it has received a number of complaints from persons who discovered that several pieces of… Continue Reading →

WTO AGRICULTURAL AGREEMENT

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce, in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and the World Trade Organization (WTO), will be hosting a three day workshop on the WTO Agreement on Agriculture. The aim of the workshop is to enhance the knowledge of the participants to improve their understanding of the provisions of… Continue Reading →

NURSES-UK

Vincentian Nurses who are currently unemployed, are being offered an opportunity to gain employment in the United Kingdom. The High Commission of St Vincent and Grenadines to the United Kingdom through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce is inviting applications for the employment of trained Vincentian nurses who are currently unemployed. The recruitment… Continue Reading →