St Kitts and Nevis’ Commitment to Diplomatic Relations Benefits Economic and Native Citizens

In a recent meeting of envoys in France, the relationship between Taiwan and St Kitts and Nevis was highlighted. The two have enjoyed strong bilateral relations since 1983 and Foreign Minister Mark Brantley extended his gratitude for the country’s support of the Federation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mark Brantley has been committed to ensuring St Kitts and Nevis maintains its international standing by establishing diplomatic relations and signing visa-free agreements with other nations. This has enabled the islands to offer its citizens visa-free travel to nearly 160 countries and territories, this includes economic citizens under St Kitts and Nevis’ Citizenship by Investment Programme. Under the Programme, investors gain increased travel freedom to conduct business and the opportunity to live and work in the country.