Independence activities in Nevis described as historic

Prime Minister Dr. the Hon Timothy Harris is pursuing a very busy schedule ahead of his address to the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday, September 24th, 2016.

Prime Minister Harris, who is also lead spokesman for CARICOM on Human Resources, Health and HIV, was special guest at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) on the Every Caribbean Girl, Every Caribbean Woman Commitment. Dr. Harris highlighted issues to do with the gender gap in the Caribbean, and the need for cultural, legislative and other changes to close the gender gap. Later that evening, the Prime Minister attended the closing ceremony of the CGI as a special invited guest of former President Clinton.

On Thursday, September 22nd, the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis held discussions with several investors including Buddy Darby. Mr. Darby updated the Prime Minister on positive developments at the Christophe Harbour Project.

Prime Minister Harris also held meetings with agents and investors in our Citizenship-by-Investment Programme, and with Joe Clark, former Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, now Vice Chair of the Global Leadership Forum, a non-profit organization offering advice to world leaders.

Today, Friday, September 23rd, Dr. Harris participated in constructive discussions with United Nations Secretary-General His Excellency Mr. Ban Ki-moon when the leader of the U.N. met with CARICOM Heads of Government.

While in New York, Prime Minister Harris is slated to meet nationals and attend various Independence commemorative activities.

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