The Indian Government Congratulates Antigua and Barbuda On Forty Years of Independence

On the occasion of Antigua and Barbuda celebrating its 40th Anniversary of Independence on 1st November 2021, H.E. Dr K.J. Srinivasa, High Commissioner of India resident in Guyana conveyed congratulations and best wishes on behalf of the Government & people of India and the High Commission of India in Guyana accredited to Antigua and Barbuda, to Hon’ble Prime Minister Mr. Gaston Browne, the Government and all sisters and brothers of Antigua and Barbuda.

High Commissioner said that bilateral relations between Antigua & Barbuda and India have been growing steadily and have seen greater visibility and enhanced momentum in all areas. India is a valuable and trusted partner in Antigua and Barbuda’s growth story. India is committed to further strengthen and deepen the warm and friendly ties with Antigua and Barbuda. Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi had clearly signalled the great importance and priority that India attaches to Antigua and Barbuda as a valuable partner and friend in the CARICOM.

Antigua and Barbuda looks towards India for collaborations in many sectors including infrastructure healthcare, agriculture, education, hospitality, manufacturing, personal care services, renewable energy, SMEs etc. High Commissioner added that Government of India will be happy to support Antigua and Barbuda in all possible ways to assist in its requirements & continued growth and encourage Indian companies to work with Antiguan companies with offers of technology support and knowledge-sharing. India is also offering training and capacity building for the citizens of Antigua and Barbuda for enhancing the skill level of its people for nation building.

High Commissioner reiterated that India will always be a strategic partner and a friend in need and deed for Antigua and Barbuda. The Government and people of India pray for the progress and well-being of Antigua and Barbuda and its people.

Happy Independence Antigua and Barbuda. Long live India-Antigua and Barbuda friendship.

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