Pierre Finalises $22.9M Agreement With Japan For Choiseul Port Redevelopment

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Saint Lucia’s decades old relationship with Japan and its continuing technical cooperation through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA]) has yielded a potential solution to what has been a decades old problem affecting Choiseul fishers.

On November 10, 2022, the Pierre Administration finalized the terms of a XCD $22.9 million Grant Agreement with JICA to address sedimentation issues and redevelop the Choiseul fishing port.

Rehani Isidore tells us more:

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SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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15 COMMENTS

  1. PLEASE TELL THE PEOPLE OF
    CASTRIES WHY THE MINISTER
    WILL ALLOW THE SO CALL BOSS
    OF CASTRIES TO ROB AND TERRORIZE
    THE PEOPLE OF CASTRIES ?
    EVERY THING IS FOR A TIME.

  2. A government who is truly for the people regardless of their political affiliations. Keep on moving on. The fishermen of Choiseul deserve it.

  3. “Pierre Finalises …….” I wonder who “started”. We heard nothing about the initiative from this government.

  4. Commendable Hon PM. Also, we are politely requesting your professional assistance. We the student nurses of the department of nursing at SALCC are being mentally affected by the administration of that department. Kindly assist us. Immunity is synonymous with the administration of the department of nursing irrespective of behavior. Please assist us .

  5. With all this money borrowing, the Estimate for the new and modern Hospital was already in place while work was in progress- till this new Government got in and all stopped; this couldn’t, wouldn’t and shouldn’t happen in any civilized society, but unfortunately this is the St. Lucia of a too soft P.M. and the bully is kicking axx. ‘My King is laughing, just you wait’ Amen.

  6. Meanwhile the vendors at the Dennery view point are being victimized by the wicked district council…..paying high rent for a booth that is not maintained and falling apart, charging patrons $2 to use the toilets, no proper security for patrons or vendors. So much for village tourism. No wonder local businesses are closing their doors so big businesses like massy can come in.

  7. Do nothing for the country they complain, do something for the country they still complain.

    All Saint Lucians do is complain and criticize. Why don’t you all just shut the hell up and say something positive for once.

    I know Pierre is exceeding expectations. But swallow your pride and wish the man well for the love of your country.

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