Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis is scheduled to leave the country on Monday to officially open the Embassy of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas Mission to the European Union.
While there, the prime minister is expected to meet with the Secretary-General and Commission of Ambassadors of the African Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, and the European Commission’s Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management.
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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest will act as prime minister in Minnis’ absence.
He will return to The Bahamas on Friday, November 15.