Premier O’Neal sends congratulations to PM Skerrit of Dominica

Premier O'Neal

Wednesday, December 23 – Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Ralph T. O’Neal OBE, in a letter to Prime Minister Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit of the Commonwealth of Dominica has extended congratulations on his recent election victory on behalf of the Government and people of the Virgin Islands.

Honourable Skerrit was officially sworn in to office on Monday and is now in his second consecutive term as Dominica’s Prime Minister. His party, the Dominica Labour Party, celebrates their third consecutive elections victory.

The Premier wrote: “The results of the elections are an indication of the people of Dominica’s immense confidence in you as their diligent and efficient leader.”

The Premier concluded the letter, stating, “As you begin your second consecutive term as Prime Minister of Dominica, please be assured that I pray God’s wisdom upon you and wish you every success as you lead your people and your beloved country at such challenging times.”

The Governments of the Virgin Islands and the Commonwealth of Dominica have enjoyed years of cordial relations as members of regional organisations including the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States.


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