Bilateral relations Switzerland–Grenada

Switzerland maintains good but limited relations with Grenada. Switzerland's interests in Grenada are represented by the Swiss embassy in Venezuela. The island state is known for its exports of nutmeg.

Key aspects of diplomatic relations

Switzerland and Grenada have concluded an agreement on exchanging tax information. The Swiss embassy in Caracas (Venezuela) represents Swiss interests in Grenada.

Treaty database

Caribbean Community CARICOM

Government of Grenada

Economic cooperation

Trade between the two countries is modest. In 2022 Switzerland imported goods worth CHF 400,000 while exports to Grenada – mainly watches and metal goods – amounted to CHF 100,000. Nutmeg is one of the island state's main export products.

Trade promotion, Switzerland Global Enterprise SGE

Cooperation in education, research and innovation

Researchers who are citizens of Grenada can apply to the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) for Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships.

Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships for Foreign Scholars and Artists, SERI

Swiss nationals in Grenada

At the end of 2022 there were 27 Swiss citizens living in Grenada.

History of bilateral relations

Switzerland recognised Grenada's independence in 1974. The two countries have maintained diplomatic relations since 1981.

Lesser Antilles, historical Dictionary of Switzerland (de, fr, it)

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