Bilateral relationships integral to the country’s growth, says Permanent Secretary Kay Bass

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The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis is on a path to further improve its economy for socioeconomic development, but realizes that it cannot do it alone, says Kaye Bass, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, appearing on the radio-television show “Working for You” on March 13, noting that bilateral relationships are integral to the country’s growth.Ms. Bass stated that there are many benefits to be derived from bilateral relationships.

“They listed 17 Sustainable Development Goals and one to 16 included health, education, climate change and gender equality. At the end, they realized a country cannot really achieve these on its own. It needs help, partnerships, friends and donors. Therefore the final goal of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.

 

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