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Farley, Morris get overseas postings

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Former Member of Parliament Reginald Farley and outspoken cleric Rev. Charles Morris are among those who will be posted to Barbados’ overseas missions.

Farley, a former representative for Christ Church East who also served as Minister of Industry and Sports, is High Commissioner-designate to Canada.

Morris, who taught for many years at the Combermere School, is Deputy High Commissioner-designate to London.

Chad Blackman is the permanent representative-designate to the World Trade Organisation and United Nations office at Geneva.

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Front row left to right: Dame Billie Miller, Ambassador At Large, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Dr Jerome Walcott and Minister in the Ministry of Foreign Trade, Sandra Husbands.

Middle row left to right: Rev. Charles Morris, Deputy High Commissioner-designate to London; Oral Holder, Consul General-designate to New York and Sonia Marville-Carter, Consul General-designate at Toronto 

Back row left to right: Chad Blackman, Permanent Representative-designate to the World Trade Organisation and United Nations office at Geneva; Reginald Farley, High Commissioner-designate to Canada and Neval Greenidge, Consul General-designate at Miami.

Missing is David Commissiong, Ambassador-designate to CARICOM. (PR)

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