Ambassador H.E. Cheryl Bazard Concludes Vice Chairmanship of OACPS Subcommittee on Investment and Private Sector

Embassy of The Bahamas, Brussels
Brussels, Belgium
30 January 2024

Press Release

Ambassador H.E. Cheryl Bazard concludes her tenure as Vice Chair of the OACPS Subcommittee on Investment and Private Sector, expressing gratitude for the opportunity to serve alongside Ambassador Mosé and contribute to projects benefiting the constituency of 79 members.

Today marked the final meeting under the chairmanship of Ambassador Mosé from the Solomon Islands and the Vice Chairmanship of Ambassador H.E. Cheryl Bazard for the Organization of African, Caribbean, and Pacific States (OACPS) Subcommittee on Investment and Private Sector. Ambassador Bazard expressed her honor to serve alongside His Excellency Ambassador Mosé and contribute to the successful implementation of projects benefiting the constituency of 79 members.

Throughout their tenure, Ambassador Mosé and Ambassador Bazard diligently promoted investment and economic growth within the diverse member states. Under Ambassador Mosé’s leadership, and with the Subcommittee’s support, significant progress has been achieved in advancing economic development and community empowerment.

As Vice Chair, Ambassador Bazard appreciates the collaborative efforts of Ambassador Mosé and fellow subcommittee members in driving initiatives that enhance prosperity and sustainability across the region. Their collective work has laid a strong foundation for continued progress and prosperity within the OACPS community.

Ambassador Bazard extends her sincere appreciation to Ambassador Mosé for his exemplary leadership and commends the subcommittee members for their dedication and hard work.

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