St Kitts and Nevis: Terrance Drew, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, attended the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Ministerial meeting. The meeting was focused on the countries of the Caribbean region. Attorney General Garth Wilkin chaired the meeting. The event was held at the park Hyatt.
In the time of climate change and global warming concept of sustainable development gained the centric stage. Keeping alignment with the goals of sustainable development, this meeting of WIPO emphasized the need for the transformation of the Caribbean region into a region with sustainable and economic prosperity.
Prime Minister Terrance Drew, in his opening remarks, stated that the people of the Caribbean region are making extraordinary progress all over the world, and I am sure they will continue their journey of success.
PM further, while competing with the WIPO, said that I appreciate the work of the WIPO for a “focused and high-level approach” to the region’s development.
Prime Minster Terrance Drew stated that the Caribbean region is unique and highly rich in talent, culture and innovation. There should be possible efforts to ensure and secure the creative expression and output of the people of the Caribbean region.
During the occasion, many dignitaries delivered their speeches, including Garth Wilkin. All the speakers of the region highlighted the importance of the rich and unique culture and creativity possessed by the Caribbean people.
Prime Minister Terrance Drew also expresses his gratitude towards the WIPO. PM Drew, on his social media handle, specifically said, “The government of St Kitts and Nevis is grateful to WIPO for the Longstanding support and collaboration towards ensuring the creativity and innovation that can thrive in our region. These are the foundational blocks on which all industry is built”.
After the meeting, the cocktail reception was hosted by Dame Marcella Liburd, the Governor-General of St Kitts and Nevis. This reception cocktail was organised at the government houses.