Ground broken for China funded clinics

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The Minister of Health is haling as “a historical day in Antigua and Barbuda” the gound breaking for two polyclinics here.

The event was held in Willikies, marking the official start of the project which will be located in Glanvilles and at the Blackburn Park in Villa.

Prime Minister Gaston Browne said his administration intends to go all out to make Antiguans and Barbudans healthier and wealthier.

More details to follow.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you China for all the help you are giving to Antigua and Barbuda, it is very nice of the people of China to do this for us!

    PRC China gives more help to Antigua and Barbuda than the USA or EU ever have. It is time for Antigua and Barbuda to have a visa-free travel bilateral agreement with China. I think China has proven that it cares about Antigua’s future and we need to respond with kindness to China.

    This is really great news and thank you PM Browne and Antigua’s Foreign Minister for growing a strong diplomatic relationship with China.

    • I second everything you said. I just wish we can give back in someway to this great nation of China. And I think we should be teaching them two cultural things that we poses. One is the art of playing and making pans. and the other is the art of playing cricket. If Chinese tart learning these two things from Antigua we will be making a great historic event. Can you see the vision of on billion people playing pan and cricket.

  2. The Prime Minister and his Government are to be commended for the relationship they have developed with the People’s Republic of China…a wonderful example of labour and socialist solidarity and friendship. The US and Britain could learn something from this. As the late Grenada PM Maurice Bishop declared, “We are friends of all and enemies of none”. He was a true internationalist. Papa Bird was that way also. FORWARD EVER! BACKWARD NEVER!

    • I agree and I am glad PM Browne is leading Antigua to a strong relationship with PRC China. Let’s have a visa-free travel agreement with China ASAP!

  3. What are we giving up for all this generosity?, Anything coming from China is not free, If you remember the center at Perry Bay we were still paying for that a few years ago, just considering when it was built.

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