Former Cuban Ambassador says Antigua and Barbuda’s Embassy in China is an Unnecessary Cost

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Former Ambassador Bruce Goodwin opposes Antigua and Barbuda opening an embassy in China due to the associated costs.

Despite the recent inauguration by Prime Minister Gaston Browne, Goodwin deems it an unnecessary expense, suggesting funds could be better utilized for economic growth.

He highlights the existing Chinese Embassy and the effectiveness of the Non-Resident Ambassador mechanism.

Goodwin explains the diplomatic process, emphasizing the need for careful deliberation at the Cabinet level.

Prime Minister Browne, however, sees the embassy as a crucial step in strengthening relations.

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