LONDON, May 16 (Bernama-BUSINESS WIRE) — Last week, Mark Brantley, St Kitts and Nevis’ Minister of Foreign Affairs and Premier of Nevis, headed a delegation to the Republic of China (Taiwan) where he met with President Tsai Ing-wen. It is Minister Brantley’s third trip to Taiwan, after Prime Minister Timothy Harris visited it last month.
Minister Brantley also had a meeting with his counterpart, Dr Jaushieh Joseph Wu, where the two discussed further collaboration on matters of mutual concern, especially opportunities for small to medium enterprises, education and infrastructural development. Dr Wu reiterated Taiwan’s support for St Kitts and Nevis socio-economic advancement. Mr Brantley was accompanied by other high officials as part of his delegation, including the Ambassador of St Kitts and Nevis to the Republic of China (Taiwan), Jasmine Huggins.