Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves is leading a five-member delegation on an official visit to the north African nation of Morocco.
Elson Crick, communications consultant in the Office of the Prime Minister, said the visit is at the invitation of the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI,
The other members of the delegation are Gonsalves’ wife, Eloise Gonsalves; St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ Ambassador to the United Nations, Rhonda King; Chairman and CEO of the International Airport Development Company, Rudolph Mathias; and Inspector Adrian Francois of the Prime Minister’s Security Detail.
The Prime Minister will hold discussions with top-level officials in Morocco, on a wide range of mutually agreed matters, including airport development, education and training, Crick said.
The delegation left St. Vincent on Friday and is expected to return on March 27.