Antigua and Barbuda Outlines Vision for UNESCO’s Future

The stage was set, and the world was watching as the Minister of Education, Sports and the Creative Industries of Antigua and Barbuda, Hon. Daryll S. MATTHEW, delivered a compelling General Policy Speech during the 42nd session of the General Conference of UNESCO. This momentous occasion, the High-Level Segment, marked a pivotal moment in the conference, setting the tone for the future of the organization.Minister MATTHEW commenced his speech by underscoring the profound significance of UNESCO for Antigua and Barbuda. The organization plays a vital role in their multilateral engagement, aligning with the nation’s priorities in education, tourism, and the preservation of culture.


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