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Can Jamaica be trusted in matters of international relations?

KINGSTON, April 18, 2019 - Despite double-speak, denials and obfuscation by the country’s foreign affairs and foreign trade minister Senator Kamina Johnson-Smith, Jamaica’s support for the self-proclaimed ‘interim president’ of Venezuela Juan Guido’s designated appointee Gustavo Tarre as its permanent representative to the Organization of American States (OAS), severely undermines the credibility of the leadership of the Andrew Holness led administration and our country’s reputation in the eyes of the world.
  • Published in Opinion

US Regime Change Blueprint Proposed Venezuelan Electricity Blackouts as 'Watershed Event' for 'Galvanizing Public Unrest'

A September 2010 memo by a U.S.-funded soft power organization that helped train Venezuelan coup leader Juan Guaido and his allies identifies the potential collapse of the country’s electrical sector as "a watershed event" that "would likely have the impact of galvanizing public unrest in a way that no opposition group could ever hope to generate."
  • Published in Opinion

Jamaica and three other CARICOM states side with OAS against Venezuela

WASHINGTON, DC, March 29, 2019 - The CARICOM/CARIFORUM member states ,the leaders of which were recently invited to Donald Trump's private Mar a Lago Estate in Florida to discuss Venezuela and China, are again the subject of much discussion after they this week supported yet another  OAS resolution critical of the leadership of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro

OECS | Caribbean countries reject Canada's proposal to undermine Petro Caribe

OECS Business Focus, March 25, 2019 - Misión Verdad had access to a confidential document (“Non-Paper”) drafted by the government of Canada, with which they tried to build a bridge of contact between the president of Venezuela’s National Assembly (in contempt) and some countries of the Eastern Caribbean by proposing an instrument to displace Petrocaribe.
  • Published in CARICOM
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