AIDIA’s Sahana Bajracharya having a conversation with Envoy Calvin, the Special Envoy of the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis.
Saint Kitts and Nevis has opened its hands of friendship with Nepal for collaboration and partnership.
During a recent interview with Asian Institute of Diplomacy and Internal Affairs (AIDIA), Calvin St. Juste, the Special Envoy of the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, said that the twin-island state is willing to join hands with the Himalayan nation for partnership and collaboration.
Investment is coming into Nepal from the tropical island state, and the two countries are gearing up for collaboration and partnership, of late, sharing cultural exchanges, what Envoy Calvin calls a connective tissue that brings two countries together despite having geographical dissimilarities and being pulled apart.
Saint Kitts and Nevis is a twin-island nation situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea in the West Indies. Famous for cloud-shrouded mountains and beaches, it is a sovereign island state with an area of 261 square kilometers having roughly 60,000 citizens whose economy primarily depends on eco-tourism and smart agriculture called 'blue economy.'
Envoy Calvin oversees development, international business relations and also investment in Kitts and Nevis. The interview tries to explore prospects, collaboration and partnership between the two nations.
AIDIA’s Sahana Bajracharya talks to Envoy Calvin for his views: