TREATY TALKS CONTINUE
The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia were recently in Madrid for a continuation of the discussions on Gibraltar’s future relationship with the European Union – and through them with the Rock’s nearest EU neighbour, Spain.
They were accompanied by the Attorney General Michael Llamas.
These discussions have been ongoing between different parties and at different levels.
The Attorney General intends to proceed from Madrid to London to participate in the next formal round between the United Kingdom and the European Union. The Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister will again attend the meeting virtually.
The His Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar says it remains fully committed to arrive at a positive, safe and secure treaty for Gibraltar and is very optimistic that such a treaty will be agreed.
Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation Hiring push
As part of the proposed evolution of GBC under new CEO, James Neish, some new vacancies have become live at the organisation.
Among these include a staff broadcast assistant (BA), plus some freelance positions including camera operator, presenter/announcer and a further BA role.
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