A new Jamaican High commissioner has been appointed to Antigua & Barbuda, His Excellency Arthur Williams, and was welcomed by several members of parliament.
Prime Minister Gaston Browne greeted Williams and used the opportunity to speak about the development of the reggae industry here in Antigua.
“Perhaps the focus has been exclusively soca, we should be looking at reggae now and I believe that you can help us to build capacity” he suggested.
Additionally the PM spoke about collaborating with Jamaica in the area of sports.
“I have spoken to your PM again about some form of collaboration in the area of sports and he had promised me a few scholarships for Antiguans to be apart of this high performance athletics that you have in place”
The high commissioner also met with foreign affairs minister E. P. Chet Greene and Governor General His Excellency Sir Ronny Williams.