The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Aviation wishes to advise the general public that information circulating on social media regarding a revocation of visa requirements for citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis to travel to the United States of America is inaccurate.   The Ministry further wishes to inform that the Embassy of the United States in Bridgetown, Barbados has confirmed that visa …

Read more


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Aviation Hosts ICAO Meetings

Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Aviation, Basseterre, (17th October, 2016) — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Aviation of St. Kitts and Nevis is hosting the Seventh (7th) Eastern Caribbean Network Technical Group Meeting and the Fifth (5th) Eastern Caribbean Radar Data Sharing Ad Hoc Group Meeting, here in St. Kitts and Nevis under the …

Read more


Foreign Minister Brantley visits London

In London this week to fulfil his responsibilities as Minister of Tourism in the Nevis Island Administration, Minister Brantley took time out of his busy schedule to address matters of importance to the Federation related to his role as Federal Foreign Minister. Minister Brantley held discussions with the newly elected Commonwealth Secretary General, the Rt. …

Read more


Visa Free Travel to Kenya for St Kitts Nevis Citizens

Last month, while in New York to attend the 71st United Nations General Assembly, St Kitts Nevis Foreign Minister Mark Brantley and his Kenyan counterpart Her Excellency Amina Mohamed formalized diplomatic relations between the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis and Kenya. This followed on the heels of discussions between Minister Brantley and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on the margins of …

Read more

Skip to toolbar