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|Posted by:||Feb 21st 2003, 08:54:47 pm|
|brilandbeauty||Thanks for the information guys. Is there any news on how the Bahamas, itself, is preparing for the possibility of a war? We are so close to the US that whatever happens there, usually and almost inevitably trickles down to us. Are we prepared?|
|Posted by:||Feb 21st 2003, 06:04:05 pm|
|Ms. johnson||Hey tiny thanks for the info i am going to call them on monday first thing. Oh yeah kimberly thanks for the number|
|Posted by:||Feb 21st 2003, 12:19:44 pm|
|Kimberly||Thanks, Tiny --
Bahamian expats in the U.S. should contact the Bahamas Embassy in Washington, D.C., (202) 319 2660. In the meantime, Bahamian consulates are located in New York City and Miami, Florida as well.
|Posted by:||Feb 21st 2003, 10:43:59 am|
|fabuloustiny||During an interview this morning on Bahamas at Sunrise, Secretary at the Ministry of Foriegn Affairs, Mrs. Missouri Sherman-Peters urged Bahamian students and/or workers who live aboard to register with the Bahamian Consulate in your State. This warning comes after the U.S. raised their Terrorism Alert Code from Yellow(serious) to Orange(critical). As we are all aware there is threat of War betwen the U.S. and Iraq. By registering with the consulate this allows the Bahamian government to keep record of who and where our citizens are if there is need to urgently locate and/or retreive them. I urge people who have family living abroad to make them register and locate the nearest consulate office in their state.
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