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JAMAICA | Deputy PM Dr. Horace Chang to speak with Jamaican Diaspora on Thurs. April 8

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Ambassador Audrey P. Marks Ambassador Audrey P. Marks

Washington, D.C, April 6, 2021 After a successful kick off of Jamaica’s Ambassador Audrey Marks’ “Let’s Connect” Zoom Chat series in March, the monthly programme will continue on Thursday April 8, at 7:00 pm EDT, with Special Guest, Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Horace Chang.

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Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Horace Chang

Ambassador Marks noted that arising from the high level of interest in Jamaica’s current security initiatives from members of the diaspora which arose at the inaugural “Let’s Connect With Ambassador Marks“ series on March 4, she took the opportunity to invite Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Hon Dr. Horace Chang to share with participants at the next session. Dr. Chang is expected to outline the measures that have been put in place to manage crime and to give a broad outline of the government’s policy on national security.

Dr. Chang is expected to outline the measures that have been put in place to manage crime and to give a broad outline of the government’s policy on national security.

“Let’s Connect’ With Ambassador Marks” offers members of the diaspora the opportunity to speak candidly with the ambassador about  issues that are of interest to them, as well as to be updated on the government’s policies and programmes as well as the Embassy’s promotional activities.

From time to time, the Ambassador will be joined by various guests including ministers of government as well as key members of the diaspora, US government and key players in various agencies.

Persons who wish to participate can log on to the Jamaica Connect website www.jamaicaconnect.org to register as a participant.

The chat series, which will take the form of a monthly Zoom town hall, will be an hour long and accessible to the public.

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Last modified onThursday, 08 April 2021 15:16
  • Countries: Jamaica