Antigua and Barbuda Gears Up for SIDS4 Conference with Nearly 4,000 Delegates Expected

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The Fourth Conference of Small Island Developing States (SIDS4) will commence in Antigua and Barbuda in just over a week.

The Cabinet has requested a ‘state of readiness report’ to be presented on Wednesday, covering all key aspects of the event.

They will also conduct a site visit to ensure preparations are on track.

The conference is expected to attract nearly 4,000 delegates, including senior government officials and UN representatives. Antigua and Barbuda is keen to ensure the event’s success.

The newly constructed conference hall at the American University of Antigua near Jabberwock will be the venue. Vernon Solomon, the university’s Vice President for Administration, has confirmed that the interior will be ready on time despite construction impacting regular operations.

Lionel Hurst, Chief of Staff in the Prime Minister’s Office, reported high delegate attendance, including presidents, prime ministers, and UN representatives, for the May 27-30 conference.

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