WASHINGTON, D.C., June 14, 2022 – Three Bahamian Cabinet Ministers accompanied by His Excellency Wendall Jones, Bahamas Ambassador to the United States, met with several members of the U.S. Congress during a two-day visit to Washington, D.C. from June 14-15.
During their visit to Capitol Hill, the Hon. Fred Mitchell, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Public Service; the Hon. Alfred Sears, Minister of Works; the Hon. Ryan Pinder, Attorney General; and Ambassador Jones, discussed various issues with the U.S. lawmakers, including the cooperation and support of the United States for several projects in The Bahamas.
Among the U.S. lawmakers the group met with was Congressman Gregory Meeks; Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz; and Congresswoman Barbara Lee. The delegation also met with Senator Bill Hagerty.
Photo 1: Bahamas Ambassador to the United States, Wendall Jones; Congressman Gregory Meeks; the Hon. Alfred Sears, Minister of Works and Utilities Alfred Sears; Mr. Jim Davis, Holland & Knight Law Firm; and the Hon. Ryan Pinder, Attorney General.
Photo 2: From left: Ambassador Wendall Jones; Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell; Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz; Minister of Works Alfred Sears; and Attorney General Ryan Pinder.
Photo 3: From left: Minister of Works Alfred Sears; Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell; Senator Bill Hagerty; Attorney General Ryan Pinder; and Ambassador Wendall Jones.
Photo 4: From left: Ambassador Wendall Jones; Attorney General Ryan Pinder; Congresswoman Betty McCollum; and Minister of Works Alfred Sears.