Conway appointed Honorary Consul in St. Kitts

POSTED: 10/18/11 12:03 PM

BASSETTERRE – Former Guyana Defence Force Senior Non-Commission Officer Stanford Conway has been appointed Honorary Consul to the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. He was notified of the appointment after his arrival in Guyana for a conference.
Conway, who is a journalist by profession, formerly served as Bureau Chief for the St. Kitts/Nevis Observer. He is a graduate of the University of Guyana and has extensive training in the Guyana Defence Force, having also served as the force’s communications officer before resigning in 2004. He was recalled at one point to head the force’s communication’s department before leaving again to teach English, Social Studies and History.
Conway’s duties as Honorary Consul include protecting his countrymen in the host nation where they’ve settled, helping those who fall into distress and forwarding applications for passports and birth, death and marriage certificates to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for processing. Conway will also advise his countrymen on deportations, perform limited welfare duties and promote trade and the further development of economic, cultural and scientific relations between Guyana and the receiving state.
Conway has already announced that he plans to visit St. Maarten in the near future to assist Guyanese living here with regard to issuing and renewing passports.

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