St Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, is all set to join other regional heads of the administration this week regarding the Forty-Fourth (44th) Regular Meeting of the Conference of CARICOM (The Caribbean Community and Common Market) Heads of Government.
As per the recent updates, the CARICOM heads of government meeting will host the Prime Minister of the Twin-island Federation, Dr Terrance Drew, as the nation’s fourth Prime Minister. In addition, The meeting is scheduled to commence in Nassau, Bahamas, from February 15 to 17th, 2023, which will be chaired by the Prime Minister of Bahamas, Phillip Davis.
Furthermore, during the meeting, Prime Minister Drew will be accompanied by the Foreign Affairs Minister, Dr Denzil Douglas, along with Permanent Secretary in the PM’s Office, Ms Naeemah Hazelle and Permanent Secretary in the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Ms Kaye Bass.
Moreover, the Ambassador and Head of the Regional Integration and Diaspora Unit (RIDU) in the Prime Minster’s Office, Larry Vaughn and the Prime Minister’s Office Press Secretary, Mrs Adelcia Connor Ferlance, along with the Prime Minister’s Personal Assistant, Mr Dillon Edmeade will also be present at the conference of CARICOM.
The reports have conveyed that the meeting of CARICOM Heads of Administration will focus on a number of new issues and challenges, including the market and economy of CARICOM, Climate Finance, Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security, Regional Security, along with Health Sector.
Additionally, the meeting will welcome several foreign guests who will participate in the event to shed light on the political, financial, and economic matters relevant to the Caribbean Community reports.
In the end, the authorities have confirmed that the meeting will be broadcast live along with the pre-summit press conference today on February 14 h, and the summit opening on February 15 along with the closing press conference, which will commence on February 17 on several social media handles such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and CARICOM.