The Cooperation Programme Brazil-Grenada has as its legal framework the Basic Agreement on Technical Cooperation, Science and Technology, in force since February 2010. In this context, cooperation activities were carried out in the areas of agriculture and health, in order to develop the productive chain for domestic markets and to promote the exchange of experiences on health information systems between the two countries. Moreover, Grenada has taken part in the courses offered by Brazil to the CARICOM countries.
The then Foreign Minister, Luiz Figueiredo Machado, met with the then Grenadian Foreign Minister Nickolas Steele in Georgetown in May 2014, parallel to the Foreign Ministers meeting of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). In June of that year, Foreign Minister Nickolas Steele made an official visit to Brazil, when the Note Exchange Agreement on Short stay Visa Waiver was signed.
Chronology of Bilateral Relations
2006 – Visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Celso Amorim, to Grenada. Signing of the Brazil-Grenada Technical Cooperation Agreement.
2008 – Creation of the Embassy of Brazil in Saint George's. The first Brazilian ambassador to Grenada took office in the beginning of 2009.
2008 – High-level participation of the delegation from Grenada in the First Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean on Integration and Development (CALC) in Costa do Sauipe - BA.
2009 – Visit of Minister of Foreign Affairs and of the Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Grenada to Sao Paulo and Brasilia.
2010 – Prime Minister of Grenada takes part in the 1st Summit Brazil-CARICOM.
2011 – Visit of Foreign Minister Antonio Patriota to Grenada, to attend the 22th Conference of CARICOM Heads of State.