“Ag. PM Dr. Geoffrey Hanley OFF ISLAND AGAIN in Washington, DC: St. Kitts and Nevis Government Faces Scrutiny Over Unprecedented Frequent Overseas Travel”

St. Kitts and Nevis Government Faces Scrutiny Over Frequent Overseas Travel

The administration of St. Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew has come under fire once again for the frequency of overseas travel and international engagements by its Cabinet of Ministers. The latest journey, undertaken by Acting Prime Minister Dr. Geoffrey Hanley to Washington, DC, has raised eyebrows among critics.Dr. Hanley’s trip to the fringes of the IMF Meetings in Washington, DC, resulted in the signing of a significant US$40 Million Loan Agreement with the Saudi Development Fund. The agreement aims to bolster the Caribbean nation’s energy sector by financing the expansion of its power generation capabilities.While the loan agreement signifies a positive step towards enhancing sustainable energy in St. Kitts and Nevis, critics have questioned the necessity of Dr. Hanley’s presence in Washington, DC, for the signing. They argue that Ambassador Jacinth Henry-Martin, based in the US capital, could have effectively represented the government in this matter.The frequent international travels of the Drew Administration Cabinet of Ministers have drawn scrutiny, with observers highlighting the potential for cost savings and efficiency improvements. Despite criticism, the government maintains its commitment to engaging with international partners to address developmental challenges and foster economic growth.

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