Diplomatic Week – 15 – 21 October 2016

Diplomatic Week is scheduled to take place 15 – 20 October 2016. The proposed theme is ‘Strengthening Relationships for a More Secure and Prosperous Bahamas.’ 

Draft Programme (subject to changes)– Diplomatic Week 2016

Friday 14 October

Arrivals

Saturday 15 October

Morning – Briefing Session for Heads of Bahamian Missions, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Evening – Welcome Reception hosted by the Hon. Minister of Foreign Affairs

Sunday 16 October

Morning – Service of Thanksgiving, Christ Church Cathedral

Monday 17 October*

Morning – Registration and Official Opening Ceremony

Morning – Working Session 1

Afternoon – Working Lunch with Guest Speaker

Afternoon – Working Session 2

Evening – Reception hosted by the Governor General, Government House

Tuesday 18 October*

Morning – Working Session 3

Afternoon – Working Lunch with Guest Speaker

Afternoon – Working Session 4

All Day – Spouses’ Programme

Evening – Public Lecture, College of The Bahamas

Wednesday 19 October

All Day – Meeting of Heads of Bahamian Missions, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

All Day – Familiarization Tour to The Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science   Institute for International Participants

Evening – Reception hosted by the Hon. Minister of Transport and Aviation

Thursday 20 October

All Day – Foreign Service Speaking Tour

All Day – Familiarization Tour to Freeport, Grand Bahama for International Participants

Evening – Dinner hosted by the Rt. Hon. Prime Minister and Awards Ceremony

Friday 21 October

Departures

*All events on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 October (except the Public Lecture), will take place at the Melia Hotel

 

 

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Diplomatic Week is scheduled to take place 15 – 20 October 2016. The proposed theme is ‘Strengthening Relationships for a More Secure and Prosperous Bahamas.’ 

Draft Programme (subject to changes)– Diplomatic Week 2016

Friday 14 October

Arrivals

Saturday 15 October

Morning – Briefing Session for Heads of Bahamian Missions, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Evening – Welcome Reception hosted by the Hon. Minister of Foreign Affairs

Sunday 16 October

Morning – Service of Thanksgiving, Christ Church Cathedral

Monday 17 October*

Morning – Registration and Official Opening Ceremony

Morning – Working Session 1

Afternoon – Working Lunch with Guest Speaker

Afternoon – Working Session 2

Evening – Reception hosted by the Governor General, Government House

Tuesday 18 October*

Morning – Working Session 3

Afternoon – Working Lunch with Guest Speaker

Afternoon – Working Session 4

All Day – Spouses’ Programme

Evening – Public Lecture, College of The Bahamas

Wednesday 19 October

All Day – Meeting of Heads of Bahamian Missions, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

All Day – Familiarization Tour to The Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science   Institute for International Participants

Evening – Reception hosted by the Hon. Minister of Transport and Aviation

Thursday 20 October

All Day – Foreign Service Speaking Tour

All Day – Familiarization Tour to Freeport, Grand Bahama for International Participants

Evening – Dinner hosted by the Rt. Hon. Prime Minister and Awards Ceremony

Friday 21 October

Departures

*All events on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 October (except the Public Lecture), will take place at the Melia Hotel

 

 

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  • 05:00 PM

This day is observed as a Public Holiday during the Year 2018. During this time, all public offices will be closed:

  • 09:00 AM

The Bahamas will host the CARIFTA Games from 30th March 2018 – 2nd April 2018, at the Thomas a Robinson Stadium.

  • 05:00 PM

This day is observed as a Public Holiday during the Year 2018. During this time, all public offices will be closed:

  • 09:00 AM

Save the Date: Diplomatic Week is Scheduled to take place on the 14-19 October 2018 More information to come…

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Save the Date: Diplomatic Week is Scheduled to take place on the 14-19 October 2018 More information to come…