CARICOM and UN Chiefs focus on regional priorities

CARICOM Secretary-Common Dr. Carla Barnett and UN Secretary-Common Antonio Guterres engaged in an in-depth dialogue on regional priorities.

The problems embrace reform of the worldwide monetary structure, local weather change, and the fourth Worldwide Convention on Small Island Creating States.

In response to an announcement that was issued following Saturday’s dialogue, the state of affairs in Haiti can be a urgent concern, as each Secretaries-Common acknowledged CARICOM’s lively engagement, notably the contributions of the Eminent Individuals Group. 

The collective effort of CARICOM in addressing Haiti’s challenges was lauded, emphasizing the regional physique’s proactive stance on the matter.

Extra on the state of affairs in Haiti

Constructing bridges: Different key conferences

Highlighting the UN’s dedication to the Caribbean, Secretary-Common Guterres has actively engaged with a number of CARICOM leaders. 

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Notable conferences have been held with Haiti’s Prime Minister Dr. Ariel Henry, Guyana’s President Dr. Irfaan Ali, and Jamaica’s Overseas Affairs and Overseas Commerce Minister, Kamina Johnson Smith. 

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