BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, September 7, 2021 - Barbados Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley, has put forward a number of concrete proposals to this morning’s Africa CARICOM Summit, aimed at forging a closer working relationship between Africa and the Caribbean.
WASHINGTON DC, September 1, 2021 - Jamaica’s Permanent representative to the Organization of American States (OAS) Ambassador Audrey Marks, says in order for young people to participate in the formal labor market in the post pandemic recovery period, they will have to acquire critical skills and capabilities to pursue job and entrepreneurship opportunities in transformative science and technologies sector.
Washington, DC – August 2, 2021: The IMF says the economies of Curaçao and Sint Maarten having suffered a najor blow due to the COVID-19 Pandemic as well as the spillovers of the Venezuelan crisis and the 2017 hurricane, will continue to experience a slow and protracted economic recovery until the rebound of tourism which is a major c ornerstone of their economies.
GEORGETOWN, CARICOM Secretariat - July 234, 2021 - While Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Member States have welcomed the progress on the Fisheries Subsidies negotiations, they have signalled that further adjustments are required, underlining the necessity for special and differential treatment (SDT) for small developing states.
WASHINGTON DC, July 15, 2021 - United States President Joe Biden is not about to withdraw the sixty year old economic embargo of Cuba and has made it clear that Cuba is not top priority for his administration. He has considered its government a failed state that is repressing its citizens and its political ideology, communism a failed oncept.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, July 10, 2021 - Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community, CARICOM, has expressed its willingness to play a lead role in facilitating a process of national dialogue and negotiation to help the Haitian people and their institutions to craft an indigenous solution to the crisis.
CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana - Wednesday, 7 July 2021)
- The following is the communiqué issued at the conclusion of the Forty-Second Regular Meeting of The Conference of Heads of Government of The Caribbean Community (CARICOM), held by way of video-conference from the 5-6 July 2021.
Washington, DC – July 6, 2021: The International Monetary Fund has painted a positive outlook for the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, despite the fact that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the country’s tourism-dependent economy has been severe.
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua and Barbuda – 6th July, 2021…….Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda and Chairman of the Caribbean Community, (CARICOM) Gaston Browne has lashed out against the constant targeting of the financial services sectors of the Community by developed nations through blacklisting.
CARICOM, Georgetown, Guyana, July 6, 2021 - As the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) continues to confront challenges on several fronts, Chairman, Prime Minister Gaston Browne, is lauding the establishment of several institutions which are at the forefront of the Region’s responses.