CARICOM Heads Meeting a success – Chairman

first_img May 7, 2020 Chairman of CARICOM, Prime Minister of Barbados, Rt. Hon. Freundel Stuart Chairman of CARICOM, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, has deemed the just-concluded 36th CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting, held in Barbados from July 2 to 4, a success.“Generally speaking, I think we had a successful conference. As I said in my opening address on Thursday evening, there will always be things that the Caribbean Community has not yet been able to do, and there will always be things that we have already done that it can be argued that we can do better. But, in the context of the realities we now face, I am satisfied, and I think the consensus of the conference was, at its close, that we had a successful CARICOM conference,” Mr. Stuart emphasised. More:  BGIS Story CARICOM Leaders prepare for Hurricanes amid COVID-19… Jul 2, 2020 You may be interested in… Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Apr 15, 2020center_img CARICOM Heads Meet Friday – Handover of Chairmanship to… STATEMENT – Tenth Special Emergency Meeting of the… Press Release re: Ninth Special Emergency Meeting of the… Aug 18, 2020 CSME review comments by March 31[su_pullquote align=”right”]”I made the point during our presentation to the conference that the CSME is not a destination, it’s a journey, and there will always be work to do. What we want to ensure is that we have a regional integration movement that is alive, and that we’re responding appropriately…February 20, 2017In “Barbados”‘We cannot relax our goal of perfecting Regional integration’ – Incoming CARICOM ChairmanChairman of the Conference of the CARICOM Heads of Government the Rt. Hon Freundel Stuart, Prime Minister of Barbados said that the goal of perfecting regional integration must remain paramount for the Caribbean Community. He was speaking at the opening ceremony of the 36th Meeting of the Conference of Heads of…July 3, 2015In “Anguilla”PMs Barrow, Stuart advocate strongly for stock-takingCARICOM leaders have called for stock-taking to determine what was working well for the integration movement so that those elements could be retained and improved, while discarding those components that were hindering the Community. As they addressed the Twenty-Seventh Intersessional Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government which opened…February 17, 2016In “Anguilla”Share this on WhatsApplast_img read more

Going places

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Pan American Games

first_imgGuyana’s senior men’s 7s team were blanked 62-nil by the USA in their first preliminary Pool A match when the Pan American Games got underway yesterday in Lima, Peru. Maceo Brown led the USA ruggers with three tries while Ben Brocelle recorded two tries to add his name to the scoresheet.Captain, Cody Melphy chipped in four conversions and a try to stretch the scoreline while Jake Lachina, Montae Noble, Marcus Tupuola and Harley Wheeler recorded a try apiece. Naima Fualaau also had four points off his boot.Today, Guyana will face Brazil in their next match from 11:50am.last_img read more