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Resident Ambassador of Argentina to Barbados, Diego Limeres and Secretary of State for the Foreign Affairs of the Argentine Republic, Ambassador Eduardo Zuain alongside Prime Minister the Right Honourable Freundel Stuart and other invited guests at the opening of the Republic Argentina Embassy earlier this week.
Argentina opens embassy doors once again
By Kerri Gooding

Almost a quarter century later, Argentina once again opened the doors of an Embassy in Barbados, and of equal or greater significance they are also continuing to open their skill set and knowledge base to share expertise with Barbarians.

The reception to officially open the Embassy’s building now located in Hastings, St. Michael, on Wednesday evening came one month shy of the
one-year anniversary since Argentina’s Resident Ambassador, Ambassador Diego Limeres presented his credentials last November.

Secretary of State of Foreign Affairs of the Republic Argentina, Ambassador Eduardo Zuain said, “This ceremony is a symbol itself but it is also a message og friendship, co-operation, integration, respect for our peoples, development, no colonialism, no paternalism and the strong will of Argentina to work together with the people of Barbados.”

Furthermore, he ur...

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