Dear Mr. Prime Minister and the Citizens of Bahamas:
First and foremost. I would like Lo apologize for the remarks I made and the unintended consequences that have arisen as a result or my comments. The messages I was trying to convey did not come across appropriately. have hurt many feelings. and for that I am sorry. I meant no disrespect to the Prime Minister. his Office. or the citizens of the Bahamas. I look forward lo pulling this incident behind us and building a better BTC for its employees and for the Bahamas.
I also wanted to thank you. Mr. Prime Minister. !'or your time in meeting me and my colleagues in your offices on July 8. It was a pleasure to meet with you again and to constructively discuss many topics that impact our respective business. Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC).
I emphasize that we arc excited about the business prospects for BTC and are committed to the company. As we discussed. we are also looking to invest in improving our networks across the region and we will certainly look al the Bahamas as one of those markets 10 enhance and extend our network. We believe in our employees. !he Bahamas. and we know there is a bright future ahead.
I appreciate the relationship we have developed and our collaboration with the board of directors of BTC has been construe1ivc as we work toge1hcr on recent initiatives. My sincere hope is that we can continue to work together in a meaningful way to ensure that BTC can reach its potential and meaningfully contribute to the Bahamas.
Let me reiterate my apologies to you, your office and the people of the Bahamas. I also want to thank you again for your time last week and I look forward to our next meeting.
President and Chief Executive Office. Liberty Latin America