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Contact: Rose Marie Harris Brazil congratulates Saint Lucia on its 30th Independence Anniversary

Ambassador of Brazil His Excellency Joao Batista Cruz has conveyed congratulations and best wishes from the people and from the Brazilian government to the people and the government of Saint Lucia on the occasion of the celebration of the 30th  Anniversary of Independence of Saint Lucia.

His Excellency pointed out the excellent relations between Brazil and Saint Lucia on the political, bilateral and multilateral, as well as on the economic exchange level.  Saint Lucia  he emphasised is the most important  Brazilian commercial partner of this region.

“Our relationship was heightened by the opening of the  Embassy of Brazil in Castries, last year, emphasizing that Saint Lucia is the first country, within the members of the Organization of the Eastern Caribbean States, to receive a resident Embassy of Brazil.”

“We must also mention the active participation of the current  Chancellor of Saint Lucia, Honourable Rufus Bousquet, in the Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean which took place in Brazil, in December 2008. This is  considered another demonstration of the interests shared by Brazil and Saint Lucia for the development of   Latin America and Caribbean regional integration,” His Excellency said.

Once again, I allow myself to congratulate, on behalf of the people and government of Brazil,   the people and government of Saint Lucia on this important celebration.

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