May 17, 2017
Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield.
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FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield agreed with Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis’ assertion that illegal immigration is a threat to the Bahamas, saying the country must not sit idly by and allow it to be “overtaken” by another country.
FISHERMEN faced with repeated threats from Dominican poachers said they were “extremely disappointed” with the lukewarm stance taken by Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield in the government’s efforts to end the illegal practise in Bahamian waters.
OFFICIALS from the Dominican Republic are concerned about lengthy prison sentences given to fishermen found guilty of poaching in Bahamian waters, Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield revealed yesterday.
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield admitted yesterday Dominican poachers continue to pillage Bahamian territorial waters despite efforts to discourage the practice in that country dating back to the former Christie administration, but insisted
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield yesterday flagged a robust agenda strengthening regional integration as Caribbean foreign ministers and other stakeholders began a two-day forum in the capital. Mr Henfield said the Council for Foreign and Co
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield has confirmed the government is preparing a travel letter for Bahamas-born deportee Jean Rony Jean-Charles today.
THE failure of successive governments to train civilian leaders for the effective management of military forces has resulted in a lack of strategic vision, and contributed to the thriving nature of illegal immigration and other maritime law-breaking,
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield forecast border security challenges will increase as the United States terminates the temporary status of some 59,000 Haitian refugees over the next two years.
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield said China’s recently announced restrictions on overseas investments will possibly impact “new investments” in the Bahamas but not those that have already been approved, such as The Pointe or Baha Mar.
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield said yesterday the government was awaiting responses from host countries before new diplomats are deployed. He told The Tribune that all diplomat appointments had been finalised. In June, Mr Henfield reveale
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield has suggested that the government plans to streamline the operations of his ministry, as he pinpointed key areas where there was apparent overspending, among them travel expenses.The minister was also adamant
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield yesterday revealed that his office has requested that all foreign service workers appointed by the Christie administration “tie up their offices” by late July, as the Minnis administration prepares to soon nam
NEWLY appointed Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield has said the country’s “catch and release” policy in response to the “knotty problem” of Haitian migrants entering the country will need revision and most likely a more strategic plan implemented to mitigate the influx of illegal migrants coming to The Bahamas.