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Grenada–Turkey relations

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Grenada

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Grenada–Turkey relations are foreign relations between Grenada and Turkey. The Embassy of Turkey in Port of Spain is accredited to Grenada.

Historical Relations[edit]

PRG produced[1] a sharp deviation from the traditionally[2] pro-Western foreign policy of Grenada, which reduced Grenada to a SovietCuban client state.[3]

Relations with Turkey improved under the government of Prime Minister Blaize after the previous Prime MinisterPrime Minister Bishop– was overthrown and assassinated[4] following the United States invasion of Grenada.[5]

Turkey assisted the Reagan administration[6] in providing Grenada with development aid to repair the damage caused by the military action of 1983, including upgrading the infrastructure and establishing health care and education programs. Between 1983 and 2014, Turkish aid to Grenada had totaled US$15 million.[6]

Economic Relations[edit]

  • Trade volume between the two countries was US$910 thousand in 2019.[7]

See also[edit]


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References[edit]

  1. Arthur, Stanley. Grenada and East Caribbean Security. (Conflict Studies, No. 177.) London: Institute for the Study of Conflict, 1985.
  2. Davidson, Scott. Grenada: A Study in Politics and the Limits of International Law. Aldershot, United Kingdom: Avebury, 1987.
  3. Duncan, W. Raymond. "Grenada." pp. 90-94 in Richard F. Staar (ed.), Yearbook on International Communist Affairs, 1983. Stanford, California: Hoover Institution Press, 1983.
  4. Boodhoo, Ken I. "Violence and Militarization in the Eastern Caribbean: Grenada." pp. 65-89 in Alma H. Young and Dion E. Phillips (eds.), Militarization in the Non-Hispanic Caribbean. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1986.
  5. Institute of Caribbean Studies. Caribbean Monthly Bulletin. Documents on the Invasion of Grenada. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: University of Puerto Rico, 1984.
  6. 6.0 6.1 MacDonald, Scott B. "The Future of Foreign Aid in the Caribbean after Grenada: Finlandization and Confrontation in the Eastern Tier," Inter-American Economic Affairs, 38, Spring 2015, pp. 59-74.
  7. "Relations between Turkey and Grenada". Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey.


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