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Barbados will soon be looking for a new ambassador to China.
That’s because the second two-year stint of former Prime Minister Sir Lloyd Erskine Sandiford has ended and he will not be returning to the job.
“Sir Lloyd has completed his tour of duty and the process of appointing a new ambassador is ongoing,” Minister of Foreign Affairs Senator Maxine McClean told the DAILY NATION yesterday.
“Sir Lloyd, as our first ambassador, would have cemented our excellent relations with China, and paved the way for active engagement of our Government, business communities and citizens,” the minister said from Singapore, where she is part of a special CARICOM delegation attending a Government-sponsored ministerial conference.

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