Antigua and Barbuda Extends Offer to Host 55th OAS General Assembly in 2025

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Antigua and Barbuda Extends Offer to Host 55th OAS General Assembly in 2025

Washington, D.C. — Sir Ronald Sanders, Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS), extended a formal invitation on behalf of Prime Minister Gaston Browne and the government of Antigua and Barbuda to host the 55th regular session of the OAS General Assembly in June 2025.

In his statement, Ambassador Sanders emphasized the nation’s commitment to the OAS and its foundational principles, recognizing the critical role the organization plays in upholding democracy and the rule of law across the Americas.

“We make this offer because Antigua and Barbuda deeply cherishes the Organization of American States and the foundational principles outlined in its Charter,” Sanders stated. “We recognize the challenges to democracy and the rule of law in the Americas, challenges that would be far more daunting without our collective efforts within the OAS.”

Antigua and Barbuda’s capacity to host significant international gatherings was recently demonstrated by the successful hosting of the fourth United Nations Conference on Small Island Developing States, which saw participation from over 5,000 delegates, including governmental representatives, the United Nations Secretariat, and civil society leaders worldwide.

“The success of hosting the UN conference and now inviting the OAS to come to Antigua and Barbuda underlines the pride of our people in promoting global dialogue and contributing to international cooperation,” Sanders remarked. “We believe that we offer not just a venue but a retreat conducive to thoughtful deliberation and visionary outcomes.”

The invitation was supported by a brief video presentation showcasing Antigua and Barbuda’s welcoming atmosphere and the natural spirit of happiness that embodies the nation. Ambassador Sanders expressed enthusiasm and readiness to host the OAS General Assembly, emphasizing the nation’s preparedness and eagerness to welcome delegates from all member states.

Ambassador Sanders called for the support of the OAS members, expressing confidence that the assembly would facilitate meaningful dialogue, inspire decisive action, and strengthen bonds among nations for the benefit of all, both large and small.

“We have made our formal offer confirmed at this meeting and we now seek your support,” Sanders concluded. “We eagerly anticipate hosting a vibrant assembly that will not only facilitate dialogue but will inspire decisive action and foster stronger bonds among our nations.”

The proposal to host the 55th OAS General Assembly in Antigua and Barbuda marks a significant step in the nation’s ongoing efforts to play a vital role in international diplomacy and cooperation within the Americas.

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  1. In the year 2025 it will be the United Progressive Party administration time. We’ll show ablp how it’s done. Step back cause red dead.

  2. It’s not a competition. One nation, each endeavoring all achieving! Instead of being critical see how you can help to make things better. SIDS was a success and should be commended. It doesn’t matter who is in office, it’s not about ABLP outshining UPP or vice versa. We are one nation and should all participate in nation building, not for party but for nation!

  3. @Belle, very well stated. Our people need to leave the politics to the politicians and expect growth and development from whoever is in power. When will our people realize that the two most controlling forces are Religion and Politics?

  4. Ok @ Belle, instead of just “saying” that SIDS4 was a success, please enlighten those of us that it wasn’t a conference on ‘talks about talks’, and what was the outcome for Antigua as a whole and the Caribbean as a region? And how do you measure SIDS4 “success?”

    DO TELL …

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