Venezuelan Embassy free Spanish classes to commence next week

first_img Share Tweet LocalNews Venezuelan Embassy free Spanish classes to commence next week by: – April 20, 2012 Share Sharing is caring!center_img 128 Views   no discussions Share Photo credit: milton.govoffice2.comThe Venezuelan Embassy through its Institute for Culture and Cooperation will from next week continue its free Spanish classes to the general public.The Institute has for over 31 years offered free Spanish classes to all Dominicans.They have extended an invitation to interested persons to take advantage of these free classes by registering for the program.The Institute is located on #20 Bath Road and can be contacted on telephone # 448 8074.Participants are invited to both learn the Spanish language as well as the culture of Venezuela.Classes are scheduled to commence on Monday 23rd of April 2012.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

New World Bank Envoy Lauds Jamaica on its Economic Performance

first_imgJamaica’s Ambassador to Washington Audrey Marks greets the new World Bank representative for Jamaica and Guyana Mr. Ozan Sevimli, when he paid a courtesy call on her yesterday at the Jamaican Embassy in Washington DC. Photo by Derrick Scott. KINGSTON, Jamaica – The newly appointed World Bank representative for Jamaica and Guyana, Mr. Ozan Sevimli, has lauded Jamaica on its sterling economic performance noting that “Jamaica is on the move.”Paying a courtesy call on Jamaica’s Ambassador to the USA, Her Excellency Audrey Marks, at the Jamaican Embassy in Washington, DC on Thursday, July 11, he mentioned the work being undertaken in the areas of animation and entrepreneurship, which he noted would benefit youth in particular.Ambassador Marks congratulated Mr. Sevimli on his appointment and encouraged him to focus on two key areas which will drive growth and make a meaningful impact on the Jamaican economy and people.She mentioned the Jamaica National Youth Corps (coordinated by the Jamaica Defense Force and the Jamaica Social Stock Exchange (JSSE) as two areas which could benefit from support from the World Bank.The Jamaican ambassador said she looked forward to working with the World Bank to continue the work on establishing a Diaspora Bond.last_img read more