The ambassador designates of the Federal Republic of Germany on Thursday 5th March, presented letters of credential to Her Majesty Dame Cecile La Granade at the Governor General residence.
The ambassador said, “it’s an honor and pleasure to present to the Governor General the letters of credence by the German president to appoint her as the German Ambassador to Grenada. Its an honor for her to present her country in the beautiful tri island state as the first female in this position”.
Germany and Grenada have close international relations and every year have many German tourists to Grenada to enjoy the unique hospitality, to delve into the unique culture in Grenada and to enjoy the natural beauties be it on land or the water.
In recent years the corporation of Germany with Grenada had focus on the issue of adaptation to climate change. They know the special risk that Grenada is facing, and Grenada as a small island state, being one of the front runners in raising international awareness and the challenges to climate change, posses to the Caribbean region and also to all nations worldwide.
Energy and water resources are the focused of their journey probation and are happy they have expert of the GIZ in the island that will operate closely with the government ministries. A national adaptation plan has been developed and many projects have been started and implemented in this regard, with regards to biogas, to energy to water. On accepting the letters, the Governor General of Grenada Dame Cecile La Granada said that she’s pleased to accept her credentials and crediting her ambassador extraordinary and the Federal republic of Germany to Grenada.
She noted she’s happy to welcome her to Grenada and looks forward to working with her in strengthening the relationship between the two countries.
Since 1974, Grenada and Germany established diplomatic relations and these relations have continued over the years with the embassy of Germany in Port of Spain, being accredited to Grenada. Germany for the GIZ has implemented projects in the eastern Caribbean, aimed at promoting energy efficiency in Grenada and other Caribbean. Countries.