Panama remains a strong ally of Jamaica, says Charles Jr
PANAMA CONTINUES to be an important partner in Jamaica’s effort to further improve air-traffic control and advance the country’s maritime and port development, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Pearnel Charles Jr has said.
Earlier this year, the relationship between Jamaica and Panama soared to new heights with the historic staging
‘It is well known that Jamaica continues to see much success in the tourism sector, and I am therefore pleased that we will be assisting Panama with the development of its community tourism.’
of the first meeting of the Jamaica-Panama Joint Commission for Cooperation, which was convened in Kingston.
“This accomplishment is of particular significance to Jamaica as it was one of the first agreements signed by Foreign Minister Kamina Johnson Smith during Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ visit to Panama shortly after this administration took office two years ago,” recounted Charles in an address to mark Panama’s 115th anniversary of independence.
He said that the meeting provided an opportunity for both
Pearnel Charles Jr, minister of state in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.