Relations between Switzerland and Grenada are good although not very intensive. Switzerland's interests in Grenada are represented by the Swiss embassy in Venezuela. The island state is one of the biggest exporters of nutmeg.
Bilateral relations Switzerland–Grenada
Key aspects of diplomatic relations
Switzerland and Grenada have concluded agreements on exchanging tax information and reciprocal visa-free access for holders of a diplomatic, service or official passport. The Swiss embassy in Caracas (Venezuela) represents Swiss interests in Grenada.
Trade between the two countries remains modest. In 2019 Switzerland imported goods worth CHF 1.4 million while exports to Grenada amounted to CHF 200,000. Nutmeg was one of Grenada's main export products. The Swiss exports mainly comprised watches and metal goods.
Cooperation in education, research and innovation
Researchers from Grenada can apply to the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) for Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships.
Swiss nationals in Grenada
In 2019, there were 31 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. Switzerland assisted with rebuilding the Grenada National Stadium after a hurricane in 2004.