St Kitts and Nevis: Premier of Nevis – Mark Brantley expressed pleasure over the historic signing of the diplomatic relations and visa waiver between St Kitts and Nevis and Tuvalu.
The agreement was signed by St Kitts Nevis High Commissioner Dr Kevin Isaac and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tuvalu, Simon Kofe. He also expressed thank you to the minister for representing the country.
The agreement was signed in London.
Premier of Nevis Brantley noted, “Delighted that today in London saw the historic signing of diplomatic relations and full visa waiver between #StKitts #Nevis and #Tuvalu. Thank you to St Kitts Nevis High Commissioner HE Dr Kevin Isaac and Tuvalu Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon Simon Kofe”.
He further used the hashtag #DiplomacyMatters.
Recently, in March 2022, the Federation and the African continent signed a diplomatic agreement to strengthen their relations with the African continent.
At that time, the agreement was signed by the Permanent Representative of St Kitts and Nevis to the United Nations recently and Sudanese counterpart Ammar M.M. Mohammed. The agreement was signed to formalise diplomatic relations, agreeing on a mutual visa waiver to facilitate easier travel.
Prior to this, the Caribbean country signed diplomatic relations and visa waiver agreements with Ghana and Egypt.
The signing event with Egypt occurred during the sidelines of the 76th period of sessions of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, with St Kitts and Nevis’ Foreign Minister Mark Brantley.