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Saint Lucia collaborates with France for crime free nation

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Saint Lucia: Philip J Pierre, the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, recently met with Gérald Darmanin, Minister of Interior and Overseas Territories of France, who visited with his delegation to the island nation. The subject of the discussion was focused on crime prevention for which both nations are cooperating.

After the meeting, PM Pierre made an appearance in front of the media and discussed his vision of eradicating crime from Saint Lucia in which France is also collaborating with them. He mentioned about the steps the government is going to take in the continuity against the criminals.

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The meeting between the diplomats of Saint Lucia and France was primarily focused on the bilateral cooperation that countries and governments can make to tackle the crime situations. As the Minister of National Security, PM Pierre, also actively looking for ways to ensure public safety.

In the cooperation with France, PM Pierre ensured that the government would never compromise the rights of the citizens of Saint Lucia under any circumstances. Anyhow, in a fair manner, the government will accept help from any nation around the globe and cooperate for the betterment.

As per the statement of PM Pierre, after the collaboration of France and Saint Lucia to tackle cross-border crime on the island, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force will be in charge of every operation.

In his statement, PM Pierre mentioned the Saint Lucia and France collaboration as a part of his ultimate vision of crime free nation. He said, “Our aim is to have zero crime, that is our objective.”

On multiple occasions, PM Pierre mentioned about the approach of the government under his guidance to contain the crimes on the island. He gave support to the law enforcement department to take action against the criminals and the government will provide them with the equipment of the requirement.

The prime minister showed his approach of zero tolerance against crime and criminals with his actions. He consistently had meetings, with those who are responsible in the law enforcement agencies, to take note of real conditions in the nation.

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In the process of the same approach, recently PM Pierre added Minister Jeremiah Norbert to his cabinet to take over the responsibilities of the Ministry of Crime Prevention. Jeremiah Norbert was a former police officer which made him an eligible candidate for the position.

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