PM Stuart, Governor General Meets With U.S. Attorney General
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart today met with the Attorney General of the United States of America (USA), Eric Holder Jr., at Parliament.
Mr. Stuart said that Barbados attached great importance to its relationship with the United States of America, and was committed to the deepening and strengthening of that relationship.
In response, Mr. Holder affirmed the importance of the Caribbean region to the U.S., and observed that the partnership they had forged had worked quite well, to the advantage of both the U.S. and the Caribbean.
Both the Prime Minister and the U.S. Attorney General agreed that the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative had benefited both the United States and the Caribbean. Those present at the courtesy call, which lasted for 30 minutes, were Barbados’ Attorney General, Adriel Brathwaite; U.S. Ambassador to Barbados, Dr. Larry Palmer; and senior government officials from both countries.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart (right), greets US Attorney General, Eric Holder, Jr, on his arrival at Parliament today. In the background is the Clerk of Parliament, Pedro Eastmond. (B.Hinds/BGIS
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart (right), having a casual chat with US Attorney General, Eric Holder, Jr, on his arrival at Parliament today. In the background is the Clerk of Parliament, Pedro Eastmond. (B.Hinds/BGIS )
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart ( second from left ), sitting in his office with US Attorney General, Eric Holder, Jr, ( at left ) and Attorney General of Barbados Adriel Brathwaite ( at right )
(BGIS Photo )
Posing for a group photo are (left to right) William Holder, brother of the US Attorney
General; US Attorney General, Eric Holder Jr.; Governor-