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Saint Lucia establishes diplomatic relations with the State of Palestine

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PRESS RELEASE – The Government of Saint Lucia joined 136 United Nations Member States including CARICOM Member States who have established diplomatic relations with the State of Palestine.

The official signing ceremony took place on Monday September 14, 2015 in New York at Ambassadorial Level. H.E. Dr. Riyad Mansour, Permanent Observer to the United Nations, signed for the State of Palestine and H.E. MenissaRambally Permanent Representative to United Nations, signed for the Government of Saint Lucia.

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10 thoughts on “Saint Lucia establishes diplomatic relations with the State of Palestine

  1. Mr. Chin

    I really don't think some of you people understand what diplomatic ties really mean. It's 2015 people look up the meaning before you start posting your ignorance. Regardless of who you shake hands with someone else is always going to disapprove the way of the world.

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  2. LOLOPEP

    Now Kenny has taken us to the gate of hell. the State of Palestine depend on the USA and other big country's to finance their day to day affairs and Kenny and the Labour party has established diplomatic relations with them, for what! Why do Kenny keep insulting the people of our sweet St Lucia and pretend it is for our own good. Change is coming my fellow St Lucian and soon.

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  3. Kirt Samuel

    Wow typical left wing government of Kenny Anthony. Palestine cannot do anything for us, wow. we should be establishing relationship with Israel. What a bunch of idiots in government. Unbelievable. Last time I checked, Palestine is not yet a country.

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  4. The Commentator

    SO NOW WE HAVE DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH PALESTINE WHICH HAS MOSTLY ARABS AND THE STATE OF ISRAEL WHICH HAS MANY JEWS. WILL ST. LUCIA VOTE FOR OR AGAINST PALESTINE?

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    • Robin

      Saint Lucia's voting record in the United Nations has consistently been pro Palestinan. I think you speculating question already has an answer.

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