Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit expressed his pleasure and pride in supporting the Dream 11 Nature Isle T10 Tournament that took place on Thursday, May 25, 2023, at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium and urged people to support the cricketers for their exciting short-term tournament, which will run in Dominica till Thursday, June 8, 2023.
Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, along with the members of the Cabinet and senior government officials, held high-level talks on Wednesday, May 23, 2023, with the Saudi Arabian Minister for Tourism, H.E. Ahmed Al-Khateeb.
Dominica: Minister for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development, Hon Daren Pinard, congratulated the two cohorts of business owners who received a total grant of $295,758 in Dominica under the United Nations Development Project recently.
Dominican Tourism Minister and Member of Parliament Denise Charles recognizes the Lat week's Mother's Day event. He expresses her gratitude and pleasure to the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit and all the Volunteers who paid their generous contributions to make the event successful and memorable.
Dominica: Politician of the Dominica Labour Party and a member of the House of Assembly since 2019, Melissa Poponne Skerrit Skerrit hosted a small Mother's Day event in her Constituency on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14, 2023, in Dominica and expressed her pleasure and gratitude to all the mothers of the nation.
Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit addressed a Press conference on Wednesday, May 10, 2023, and said that Dominica has been committing itself to meet the needs of the people regularly and is working efficiently to ensure that all the people are kept informed on the working of its government and to ensure the sustainable development of every Dominican citizen.
The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica shared glimpses from the International Dominica Airport construction project, contracted between the Government of Dominica and Montreal Management Consultant (MMC) Development Ltd. in June 2021 at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium, Dominica.
Dominican Politician and Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit recognized the tireless efforts and contributions of the hardworking men and women who make the nation great on Labours Day on Monday, April 1, 2023.
Roseau, Dominica: Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of Dominica, greeted Jennifer Blanc and her daughter Claudia Douglas with open arms on Friday when they arrived in Dominica from the Commonwealth of Dominica
On Tuesday, February 28, 2023, Roosevelt Skerrit, the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, posted an update on his official Twitter account in which he expressed gratitude for the support of the US Government. He remarked that the US government worked to improve and protect its Citizenship by Investment Program (CBI)
The Stone of Dwarves is a colossal mountain, expanding from the land at an equal altitude of three miles. The Dwarfie Stone is a megalithic chambered tomb carved out of a titanic block of Devonian Old Red Sandstone which is located in a steep-sided glaciated valley between the settlements of Quoys and Rackwick on Hoy, an island in Orkney, Scotland. The Dwarfie stone is a glacial erratic stone located in desolate peatland.
France-based Rikki K Mathey recently visited a grand wedding ceremony of her friends Nicolas Gnr and Garedine Goh. She expressed her gratitude and pleasure and wished the two a joyous and beautiful married life.
The United States-based artist Sheilah Sheldon expressed her deep love and affection and introduced her America-based mother to the people and shared his life journey of how she shifted to Texas; while narrating her story, Sheilah Sheldon also shared how Lynn Ngugi's interview completely transformed her life.
The Bulgarian Cultural Institute in London organized a special celebration in honour on Wednesday, May 24, 2023 - the Day of the Holy Brothers Cyril and Methodius, and of Georgi Gospodinov and the prestigious Booker Prize, with which his novel "Time Refuge" was excellent in Angela Rodel's perfect translation at the Grand Hall of the Royal Geographic Society in London.
The Bishop's Castle is the world's oldest castle at Hamar in Norway in the early 13th century. The Bishop's Castle was built by Bishop Peter, who felt the need for more protection and protection against enemies. The castle contained everything necessary to withstand a long siege. There were, among other things, three wells, a roasting house, a baking oven, wine cellars, bedrooms and meeting rooms. The castle was attacked several times, the last time during the Seven Years' War with the Swedes.