PM to attend CARICOM-Mexico summit

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is leading a five-member delegation to the fourth Caribbean Community (CARICOM)-Mexico Summit in Belize on Wednesday.

Accompanying him will be Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator Maxine McClean, her Permanent Secretary Cecile Humphrey, CARICOM Ambassador Robert Morris and one other unnamed Government official, according to a statement released by the Barbados Government Information Service this evening.

The one-day conference, which is taking place under the theme A New Cooperation Paradigm, ends in the adoption and signing of the CARICOM-Mexico Joint Declaration.

Barbados is also due to carry out a bilateral assessment of its relationship with Mexico, following the establishment of diplomatic relations in September 1972.

One Response to PM to attend CARICOM-Mexico summit

  1. Ricci Khan October 25, 2017 at 6:53 pm

    I guess it is best to travel to Mexico now before THE WALL is built.


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