Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and International Business (Barbados)

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Barbados is a key Barbadian government agency responsible for regulating, maintaining, and developing Barbados's external relations and the nature of trading with foreign countries. The Ministry is also responsible for the country's representation at the United Nations and advises other Ministries and State authorities when the latter have dealings with foreign governments or institutions. It is based on Culloden Road, in the nation's capital Bridgetown.

List[edit]

The following is a list of foreign ministers of Barbados since 1966:[1]

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure Notes
1 Errol Barrow
(1920–1987)
No image.png 1966–1971
2 James Cameron Tudor
(1919–1995)
No image.png 1971–1972 1st appointment
3 George Moe
(1932–2004)
No image.png 1972–1976
4 Henry Forde
(1933– )
No image.png 1976–1981
5 Louis Tull
(1938– )
No image.png 1981–1985
6 Nigel A. Barrow
(? – ?)
No image.png 1985–1986
7 James Cameron Tudor
(1919–1995)
No image.png 1986–1989 from 1987, as Sir James Cameron Tudor
2nd appointment
8 Maurice King
(1936– )
No image.png 1989–1993
(6) Branford Taitt
(1938–2013)
No image.png 1993–1994
9 Billie Miller
(1944– )
No image.png 1994–2008 from 2003, Dame Billie Miller
1st female in position
10 Christopher Sinckler
(1967– )
No image.png 2008–2008
11 Maxine McClean
(? – )
No image.png 2008–2018
(9) Jerome Walcott
(? – )
No image.png 2018–Present

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Foreign ministers A-D". rulers.org. B. Schemmel. Retrieved 11 November 2018.

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