Grenada’s international relationships and embassies are maintained by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Grenada has strong international relationships with the United States, China, Cuba, and Venezuela. Grenada withdrew recognition of Taiwan and established relations with the People’s Republic of China in 2004. Grenada is a member of the Caribbean Development Bank, CARICOM, the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), the Commonwealth of Nations, and the World Trade Organization (WTO). It joined the United Nations in 1974, and then the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and Organization of American States (OAS) in 1975. Grenada is also a member of the United Nations; the World Trade Organization (WTO); the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States; the Non-Aligned Movement; the Association of Caribbean States; the Organization of American States; and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. Grenada has been recognized by most members of the United Nations and maintains diplomatic missions in the United States, Canada, China, Cuba, Belgium, the United Kingdom, and Venezuela.
There are five embassies working in Grenada; these represent the United States, China, Cuba, Taiwan, and Venezuela. In addition there are eight high commissions and consulates, including Canada, Jamaica, Spain and Sweden. Most of the embassies and consulates are located in Grenada’s capital, St George’s. The embassies promote healthy associations with foreign governments, and regional and international organisations. Embassies will provide travel documents; passport extension; marriage, birth and death transcripts; and offer a variety of services for their citizens living in Grenada. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is responsible for overseeing international relations.
Grenada has established relations with many different countries and has embassies in around five different countries, such as Belgium, China, United States, Cuba and Venezuela. They also have high commissions and consulates in almost 15 countries, including Dominican Republic, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands and South Korea. Grenada also has multiple establishments in China, Canada and the United States. The embassies allow Grenadian citizens abroad to access information about travel documents, including passports and visas; and other consular matters. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs oversees these relations; their mission is to promote national interest abroad and interdependent relations within the international community, for the sustainable development of the Grenadian economy and the better humanisation of its people.