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The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) advises that there is an account at the Grenada Cooperative Bank to aid in the recovery efforts of the countries affected by Hurricane Irma. The account number: 121004900 The initiative is the first of many more response actions that the Agency will undertake in responding to the needs of […]

Prime Minister Dr. Right Hon. Keith Mitchell in his capacity as Chairman of the Caribbean Community, views with great concern the threat of Hurricane Irma in the Northern Caribbean. In that regard, Chairman Mitchell has reached out to several of his colleague Prime Ministers to express Grenada’s solidarity and support to their respective Governments and […]

President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Bryon, is set to leave office in 2018, having attained his 7th year of stewardship at the CCJ.  The tenure of President is for a non-renewable term of 7 years. The process of seeking his replacement has already commenced with the post […]

U.S. EMBASSY FACILITATES VESSEL-BOARD, SEARCH, AND SEIZURE TRAINING The U.S. Embassy to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, and the OECS, through its Military Liaison Office, conducted a professional exchange with the Royal Grenada Coast Guard on vessel-boarding and search-and-seizure techniques from August 14-18, 2017. United States Marine Forces South (MARFORSOUTH) and the Royal Grenada Coast Guard […]

U.S. EMBASSY SUPPORTS SECURITY PERSONNEL AT THE PERRY CENTER FOR HEMISPHERIC DEFENSE STUDIES IN WASHINGTON, D.C. The U.S. Embassy, through its Military Liaison Office, facilitated the attendance of a number of security personnel from the Eastern Caribbean at the Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies for a two-week phase of the Caribbean Defense and Security […]

The 19th Meeting of the OECS Working Group on Movement of People was held on July 14, 2017. Efforts to improve the lives of citizens through a robust free movement of people regime continue as regional integration stakeholders work towards the harmonisation of policies among OECS Protocol Member States. The nineteenth meeting of the OECS […]

News Americas, NEW YORK, — The Thirty-Eighth CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting wrapped up in Grand Anse, Grenada on Friday July 6th with a communiqué that addressed a number of issues including reparation. But there was absolutely nothing on that herb! You know the one: weed, marijuana, ganja, cannabis, hashish, hemp, sinsemilla, pot et al. […]

PEOPLE WILL KNOW CARICOM IS WORKING WHEN THEY SEE, TASTE AND FEEL CARICOM Secretariat — Dr. the Honourable Hubert Minnis, Prime Minister of The Bahamas has signalled his readiness to help deliver the mandates of CARICOM to provide better, healthier and more prosperous lives for the people of the Community. In doing so, the newest […]

CSME REMAINS BEST VEHICLE FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE REGION – CARICOM SG CARICOM Secretariat — Secretary General of the Caribbean Community, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, is of the view that the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) is still the most viable way for sustainable development in the Region. He made this disclosure at the […]

NEW UK HIGH COMMISSIONER TO RAISE THE ISSUE OF PROTOCOL AND SECURITY FOR VISITING CARIBBEAN LEADERS ST. GEORGE — The United Kingdom’s new High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean has promised the incoming chair of CARICOM that she will raise with her superiors in London, a lingering issue that has implications for the security […]

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