December 10, 2016

Cyprus and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines sign an Agreement on the Establishing of Diplomatic Relations

Today, 2 August 2006, the Permanent Representative of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Cyprus to the UN, Ambassador Andreas Mavroyiannis, and the Permanent Representative of the Permanent Mission of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ambassador Margaret Hughes Ferrari, signed a letter to the Secretary General of the UN informing him of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Cyprus and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

The Agreement aims at establishing diplomatic relations between the two States guided by their mutual willingness to develop and strengthen friendship and cooperation in political, economic, social, humanitarian and other fields, in accordance with the principles and norms enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, International Law and the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations dated 18 April 1961.

Under the provisions of the Agreement, Cyprus and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines express their mutual confidence that establishing diplomatic relations corresponds to the interests of both States and will help the consolidation of international peace and security as well as peaceful co-existence.

Ambassador Mavroyiannis, during the signing ceremony at the Cyprus Mission, stated his pleasure due to the establishment of diplomatic relations between two members of the Commonwealth and expressed the hope that relations between the two countries will continue to be strengthened and enhanced in other fields as well.