ISRAEL SEEKS STRONGER PARTNERSHIP WITH CARIBBEAN (But who’s real ambassador?) – PRESENTS CREDENTIALS TO SKN, GUYANA & SVG – NO WORD WHEN COMING TO BARBADOS

The State of Israel has pledged to assist St. Kitts and Nevis in its ongoing efforts to diversify the agricultural sector.

Israeli Ambassador His Excellency Amiram Magid highlighted that commitment during an interview that aired on Tuesday’s edition of SKNIS Perspectives.

Amiram Magid with Tony Bliar in 1997, correct? [Courtesy BBC originally]

Amiram Magid with Tony Bliar in 1997, correct? (Courtesy BBC originally)

Since the sugar cane industry does not exist anymore on the island you are … looking quite a bit of substitute products,” H. E. Magid said, noting that his country is renowned internationally for its agro-development. “So what I’ve tried to do is discuss with [senior government officials of SKN] are ways to see if we could be able to bring some experts to look around and … tighten the relationship between our countries.”

This is 2010 in Georgetown with Bharrat Jagdeo - so who's this GY (pun not avoided)? Click on links in entire article!

This is 2010 in Georgetown with Bharrat Jagdeo - so who's this GY (pun not avoided)? Click on links in entire article!

The foreign diplomat made his inaugural visit to St. Kitts and Nevis last week as part of a familiarization tour. He announced that his country wished to deepen the relationship with CARICOM member states and as such created a second Ambassador posting. Ambassador Magid will also serve as Ambassador to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados {Bajan Reporter, NBNo word of whichever Magid presenting credentials to Bay Street nor Bridgetown}. His Excellency Amos Radian will remain the Ambassador to the other countries.

The Israeli diplomat welcomed the possibility of boosting tourist exchanges. He downplayed media reports that insisted excessive security operations in his country and said things are quite peaceful in the Holy Land.

There are a lot of tourists coming either from Europe, or United States and Latin American and I think there is no need to fear about making [a] trip to Israel,” he emphasized.

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