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WATCH: Saint Lucia, Saudi Arabia Advance Development Cooperation

Prime Minister Hon. Philip J. Pierre, Senior Minister for Infrastructure Hon. Stephenson King and senior government officials on May 24, 2023, received His Excellency the Minister of Tourism for Saudi Arabia, Ahmed Al-Khateeb and his delegation for high-level discussions on investment and developmental financing.
His Excellency the Minister also Chairs the Saudi Fund for Development.

The Saudi delegation also accompanied the Prime Minister to the George Odlum National Stadium, where the St. Jude Hospital operates, for a brief tour.

Prime Minister Pierre and His Excellency Ahmed Al-Khateeb observed firsthand the hospital’s operations and the occupational challenges confronting the St. Jude Hospital staff members and endured by the patients over the last 13 years.

They proceeded to the Orginal St. Jude Hospital construction site, where reconstruction works are advancing.

His Excellency Ahmed Al-Khateeb expressed to Prime Minister Pierre his intent to mobilize resources to assist Saint Lucia with financing to support the ongoing St. Jude Hospital Reconstruction Project and restoration works on the George Odlum National Stadium.

The Prime Minister’s exchange with the Saudi delegation struck an optimistic note and has further strengthened diplomatic relations between Saint Lucia and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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10 COMMENTS

  1. wow thats great news ,now those are the guys with money those saudi arabians i hope this money they donate finishes the hospital though

  2. Archieeeeeee where hart thou old boy, (in your school of thought today) damn that Pierre he is destroying this country, if it’s not the Russians he wants to bring here, now it’s the damn Arabs just now St Lucia will be ground zero for terrorist.

  3. Right connections: What can I say ? Moving on up in a seemingly right direction. I wonder what the opposition is thinking. This development is a thong in their skims. Hopes it bears fruit though.

  4. It was a Diabetes Center with Jufalli, which we never got. Hope it is not another Jufalli. What is their interest this time. SLP is good at keeping the WHOLE STORY away from the public.

  5. St.lucia just sold her soul, the Arabs are going to buy their citizenship, then they’re going to own st.lucia. Keep begging others for help, you will learn nothing in life is free.

  6. I think it’s utterly ridiculous that st.lucia sells her (soul) citizenship to the highest bidder. Their going to line the politician’s pockets with a few bills then have their way with st.lucia, makes st.lucia look like a prostitute.

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