Minister Henfield Addresses Diplomatic Week Church Service

Posted on: October 15, 2017

15 October, 2017

Minister Henfield Addresses Diplomatic Week Church Service

Hon. Darren Henfield, Minister of Foreign Affairs is pictured addressing the church service at Christ Church Cathedral marking the official opening of the Ministry’s 4th annual Diplomatic Week in The Bahamas. The Ministry stages the exercise to liaise directly with all international diplomats accredited to The Bahamas and to share important goals with the country’s international friends and allies. – Bahamas Information Services photo; Peter Ramsay

 

Dame Marguerite at Diplomatic Week Opening – Governor General H.E. Dame Marguerite Pindling is shown with Foreign Minister Darren Henfield, Mrs. Henfield, Ambassador Reuben Rahming, Mrs. Rahming and Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary (Actg.) Rhoda Jackson with guests attending the official opening church service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Diplomatic Week 2017 at Christ Church Cathedral Sunday 15th October 2017. -– Bahamas Information Services photo; Peter Ramsay

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