Saint Lucia: Philip J Pierre attends CARICOM regional Symposium in T&T

Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Philip J Pierre, travelled to Trinidad and Tobago to attend the regional Symposium. The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago hosted the event under the theme: “Violence as a Public Health Issue – The Crime Challenge”.

Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Philip J Pierre, travelled to Trinidad and Tobago to attend the regional Symposium. The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago hosted the event under the theme: “Violence as a Public Health Issue – The Crime Challenge”. Prime Minister Pierre travelled to the Symposium with several other CARICOM Heads of State.

Keith Rowley, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago is the lead head for crime in the regional association, CARICOM. Accordingly, he arranged the regional Symposium to discuss the problem of violence at the regional platform. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, also shared his views on the situation of crime in the region.

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He delivered a brief presentation, adding a few cents to the ongoing discussion among the CARICOM Heads of State. He also shared several images from the event on his social media. In these images, he was posing with the other CARICOM Heads of State, including the Prime Minister of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Michael Drew, Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Dr Carla Barnett

Prime Minister Philip J Pierre shared a detailed update on his social media account regarding the regional Symposium. He also reflected on the discussion that took place on the stage of CARICOM. Talking about the same, PM Pierre observed that if the people of the caribbean appraoch the issue of violent crime, the way they deal with public healthcare issues, we will be embarking upon the creation of a legacy.

Accordingly, they will create a Caribbean region that is a safe and secure place for our children in the future, just like it was for us when we were children. Accordingly, the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia confessed that he welcomes this symposium. He also took the opportunity to insist that the authorities move swiftly to implement the recommendations which will be put forward here. He noted that they cannot afford otherwise.

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