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PM Philip J Pierre meets RSLPF after returning from CARICOM

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Saint Lucia: Philip J Pierre, the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, after his return from Guyana on Wednesday, 28 February, immediately focused his attention on the urgent matters of the nation. Special attention was given to the crime in the nation including the shootings that are observed.

In Guyana, PM Philip J Pierre was attending the 46th ordinary meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government in CARICOM. He left the CARICOM early before the end of the summit to overtake his duties and to take necessary decisions in required sectors.

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The commitment to fight against crime in the nation was declared to the public by PM Pierre in his recent statement which was also reported by the Tribunal Community. By keeping with the approach PM Pierre had an important meeting with the Attorney General and members of the High Command of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force.

As per the reports, the agenda of the meeting was set to gain an understanding of the ground situations going on currently to take relevant actions that can neutralise the issue. Philip J Pierre also took a brief about the recent actions taken by law enforcement agencies against criminals.

The active approach of the Prime Minister highlights the determination of the government and authorities towards public safety and security by bringing a long-term hold on the crimes. PM Pierre as the minister of national security keeps the well-being of the common citizens as his priority.

He also said in his prior statements that to end the crime in the nation of Saint Lucia, he would provide the law enforcement authorities with all the required resources to enhance their capabilities. The authorities have the full support of the PM to take action against the crime and to protect communities around the country.

Ernest Hilaire, the Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, also shared his vision against crime in the nation in his recent interview also reported by the Tribunal Community. Like PM Philip J Pierre he also talked about the aggressive approach of the government towards the criminals. In his statement, Ernest Hilaire said that Saint Lucia would not surrender against the crime.

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