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Pierre To Attend Inaugural CARICOM-Saudi Summit


Prime Minister, Hon. Philip J. Pierre, forms part of the official delegation of CARICOM Heads of Government (HoGs) that will participate in the inaugural CARICOM-Saudi Summit (The Summit).

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will receive the Prime Minister and the accompanying delegations of CARICOM HoGs for The Summit. The Summit will commence on November 16, 2023.

The Summit facilitates opportunities for Saint Lucia and CARICOM to extend avenues of cooperation on trade and investment, renewable energy, climate change and sustainable development with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Under the stewardship of Prime Minister Pierre, diplomatic relations between the Government of Saint Lucia and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have elevated – yielding significant inflows of financing support for capital projects and technical cooperation to advance the development of productive sectors, key to the development of Saint Lucia’s economy.

Minister for Education, Hon. Shawn Edward, will act as Prime Minister of Saint Lucia from November 14, 2023 to November 18, 2023.

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister


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  1. Of course he will be there with his hand out ,asking for handouts from foriegners while RF and others stirrs up dislike for forigners at home .

  2. Caricon heads of government. HOGs. You can’t make this up! Pigs! The universe has a sense of humour. Too much corruption and no regard for the people they serve just their pockets. Stealing from already poor nations. Taking and taking from already poor people who can’t even eat far less prosper and they don’t care.

  3. I wonder how the Saudis will feel when they find out pjp doesn’t like white people and he’s looking for handouts pure hypocrites


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