Workshop Implementing Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements Small Quantities Protocols/ Additional Protocols for Caribbean States

Posted on: August 30, 2017

The CARICOM delegation taking a group photo with the host delegation from the Department of Energy of the United States during the Workshop.

21st-25th August, 2017

Workshop Implementing Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements Small Quantities Protocols/ Additional Protocols for Caribbean States

The Bahamas recently participated in the Workshop Implementing Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements Small Quantities Protocols/ Additional Protocols for Caribbean States. The Bahamas’ delegation included: Jenefer Stuart – Legal Counsel, Office of the Attorney General & Ministry of Legal Affairs; Andrew Thomspon, Assistant Director, Department of Environment Health Services; Ruth Munnings, Public Analyst, Department of Environment Health Services; and Sherry A. Johnson-Deal, Foreign Service Officer, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Watching the historical eclipse: The CARICOM delegation with the host delegation from the Department of Energy of the United States during the Workshop Implementing Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements Small Quantities Protocols/ Additional Protocols for Caribbean States , 21st to 25th August, 2017.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Foreign Service Officer Sherry Johnson Deal (right) and other delegates during the Workshop Implementing Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements Small Quantities Protocols/ Additional Protocols for Caribbean States , 21st to 25th August, 2017.



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