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Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and International Business (Barbados)

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Barbados is a key Barbadian government agency responsible for regulating, maintaining, and developing Barbados's external relations and the nature of trading with foreign countries. The Ministry is also responsible for the country's representation at the United Nations and advises other Ministries and State authorities when the latter have dealings with foreign governments or institutions. It is based on Culloden Road, in the nation's capital Bridgetown.

The following is a list of Foreign Minister of Barbados from 1966 to the present. See also list of Prime Ministers of Barbados.

Foreign Ministers of Barbados, 1966–present

See also

References

  • http://rulers.org/fm1.html
  • Barbados, eDiplomat
  • Procedures For The Accreditation of Ambassadors to Barbados

External links

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and International Business official website
    • Photo of Minister Senator Maxine McClean at the U.N.


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