United States mulling setting up two more embassies in the eastern Caribbean

The United States is exploring the possibility of expanding its diplomatic presence in the Eastern Caribbean by establishing two new embassies.
This development has been a topic of discussions between the US and the countries in the region, particularly Antigua & Barbuda.
The twin-island state has been lobbying for the reinstatement of a US embassy since the closure of the previous one in the 1990s.
Currently, residents of Antigua & Barbuda, along with those from Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, and St Vincent & The Grenadines, are served by the US embassy in Bridgetown, Barbados, and are required to travel there for visa processing services.

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