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Ambassador to US introduced – photos

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell introduced newly appointed ambassador to the United States Eugene Newry (pictured) to staff members of the Bahamas Embassy in Washington, DC, August 26. 

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell introduced newly appointed ambassador to the United States Eugene Newry to staff members of the Bahamas Embassy in Washington, DC, during a meeting held in the Embassy’s conference room August 26.

Newry previously served as the ambassador to Haiti from 2002-2007 under the first Perry Christie administration.

Fred Mitchell introduced newly appointed ambassador to the United States Eugene Newry

Pictured: Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell is pictured with staff members of the Bahamas Embassy in Washington, DC during a meeting at the Embassy August 26. Seated (from left) are Ambassador Newry; Minister Mitchell; Elliston Rahming, newly appointed Ambassador to the United Nations and Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States (OAS); and consul general Paulette Zonicle. Standing from left are Christine Dean, custodian; Inga Dean, consular assistant; Colleen Isaacs, senior accountant; D Hettiarachchi, chauffeur; Chet Neymour, deputy chief of mission; Jasmine Lightbourne, private secretary; Oswald Brown, press, cultural and information manager; Nesta Pathirana, private secretary; Cameron Ferguson, registry supervisor; and Tershira McDonald, information officer. (Photo courtesy BIS)

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