Caribbean Group of Ambassadors Advances Diplomatic Ties with Central Asian Nations

Embassy of The Bahamas, Brussels
Brussels, Belgium
May 2024

Press Release

The Caribbean Group of Ambassadors (CGAB) convened with ambassadors from five Central Asian nations to discuss bilateral relations and potential cooperation opportunities, highlighting existing ties and exploring new diplomatic avenues.

Today, the Caribbean Group of Ambassadors (CGAB) convened a landmark meeting with representatives from five Central Asian countries, namely Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Mongolia. Ambassadors H.E. Margulan Baimukhan, H.E. Aidit Erkin, H.E. Sapar Palvanov, H.E. Muzaffar Huseynzoda, and H.E. Luvsanvandan Bold participated in discussions aimed at strengthening bilateral relations and exploring collaborative opportunities.

The meeting focused on enhancing cooperation in geopolitical agendas and identified areas of mutual interest and importance. The Caribbean region and Central Asia acknowledged the potential for synergies in various fields, including trade, culture, and development initiatives.

Ambassador H.E. Cheryl Bazard, highlighted the existing diplomatic relations between The Bahamas and four of the Central Asian countries, underscoring the commitment to fostering deeper ties and exploring new avenues for partnership. Moving forward, the CGAB and Central Asian nations aim to build upon today’s discussions to promote greater collaboration and mutual understanding.

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