Ambassador His Excellency Gerardo Lozano recently told top officials in the St. Kitts & Nevis Government that Mexico has as one of its priorities, the aim of achieving a greater bond with St. Kitts and Nevis and the other Eastern Caribbean States, with whom they share similar goals and challenges, including in the area of security.
The ambassador was at the time addressing officials at a special ceremony organized on Monday14th November, 2011, to open a new police station in Dieppe Bay. Lozano said his country’s funding of the new facility is an illustration of the symbol of friendship and cooperative relations, existing between the two countries.
The building will also accommodate Fire & Rescue and Customs and Excise. The Mexican diplomat noted that in a globalised world, “the solution of the most important problems require international cooperation and this project is a testimony of what international cooperation for the development can do.”
Lozano said that Mexico understands and acknowledges the important efforts of St. Kitts and Nevis to attend the needs of its people and to improve security to their citizens.
“We also recognize the importance of having adequate infrastructure in this area, hence, we anticipate that this police station will help the St. Kitts and Nevis authorities deliver better services to their people and Mexico is glad to support this effort,” said Mr. Lozano.
The Mexican diplomat pledged his government’s continued support to St. Kitts and Nevis “in order to fulfill the goals that we have set for ourselves.”