The Prime Minister gave a report on his official visit to the United Kingdom (UK) and the United Nations (UN). In the UK, he met with King Charles III and focused upon his role (while he was Prince) in advocating for a sustainable environment, especially on global climate change. He also attended the Official funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
At the United Nations he met with the new British Prime Minister and indicated his interest in having the British Monarch continuing to advocate for reducing significantly carbon dioxide emissions by all member states of the UN.
The Prime Minister also held discussions with several Presidents and Prime Ministers in his capacity as Chairman of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS). He signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Malta—a small island in the Mediterranean without lakes or rivers, dependent upon reverse osmosis water. The Prime Minister also reported that major media from all around the United States and the United Kingdom sought him out because of the interview granted to ITV, before his departure from Antigua. He had addressed the issue of turning away from being a constitutional monarchy and becoming a Republic in three or more years, by referendum.