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Pierre Attending 23rd ALBA-TCP Summit In Venezuela


The Prime Minister, Hon. Philip J. Pierre, has been invited to attend the 23rd Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – Peoples’ Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP) in Caracas, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on April 24, 2024.

This invitation by the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, serves as a reminder of the importance of regional solidarity and cooperation during these challenging times.

The ALBA-TCP is a key player in strengthening regional integration and advancing the welfare of the people.

The Summit is significant as it provides an opportunity to reaffirm the commitment to unity and cooperation among sister nations.

It is also an opportunity to develop strategies for addressing present and future challenges, with a focus on promoting sustainable and inclusive development for all.

Upon the conclusion of the Summit, the Prime Minister will return to Saint Lucia, on the evening of Wednesday April 24th, 2024.

During his absence, the Deputy Prime Minister, Hon. Dr. Ernest Hilaire, will act as Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Development, Youth Economy, Justice and National Security.

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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  1. Caramba enough of the traveling signifying and ending up with nothing for St. Lucia; who is ‘Fiddling while St. Lucia is burning’ – the boss in charge of violence, criminality, Law & Order is always absent in action while the crimes still going on; the Vice P.M. has he a clue what’s going on with that crime situation – while you are over there, can you talk to the Boss Re: 12 Bad-Ass black Cops on 6 months contract to clean us of all this crime spree? enough is enough.


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