The government of St. Kitts and Nevis is hosting the heads of government of the Caribbean’s five ‘citizenship by investment’ countries, along with over 300 participants, for the 2018 Caribbean Investment Summit.
The Prime Ministers are also joined by government representatives of Cyprus and Malta.
The Basseterre summit has also brought together developers, service providers, international marketing agents and potential investors.
Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis Dr. Timothy Harris says the event is a unique platform for regional leaders to focus on harmonizing their citizenship by investment programmes, at time of market growth amid political and economic tensions.
HTS News4orce is represented at the landmark regional summit, which is being held at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort from May 16th to 19th.
On Thursday we spoke to chief executive officer of Saint Lucia’s citizenship by investment unit, Nestor Alfred.
Alfred says he fully supports a harmonized CIP.
Speaking on Saint Lucia’s programme, he says it is holding its own.