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CELAC Adopts Special Declaration on Migration

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – Heads of State and Government of Latin America and the Caribbean, have reiterated their interest in strengthening cooperation and coordination to address the structural challenges of migration in the region.

Delegates attending the CELAC meeting in Kingstown.

Guyana Wants Region to Remain a Zone of Peace

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent –  Guyana on Friday called for the Latin America and Caribbean region to remain a zone of peace, saying its inhabitants must never experience the effects of war as is the case in Ukraine and the Gaza.

Guyana President Dr. Irfaan Ali addressing the eighth CELAC summit in St. Vincent (CMC Photo)

US Reaffirms Its Commitment to Security in Haiti

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – The United States has reiterated its commitment to the security of Haiti and says it remains “unwavering” in its support for the Kenya-led Multinational Security Mission (MSS) as authorized by the United Nations Security Council last October.

United States and Brazil co-host “Rising to the Challenge on Haiti” Multinational Security Support Mission Ministerial Meeting in Rio de Janeiro

Regional Leaders to Hold Meeting in Jamaica on Haitian Crisis

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Jamaica will hold a meeting “within the next two weeks” on the situation in Haiti as the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders and the various stakeholders continue their efforts to finding a lasting solution to the political, socio-economic situation in the French-speaking CARICOM country.

CARICOM leaders during their retreat on Tuesday (DPI Photo)

Dozens of Illegal Immigrants Found on Cooper Island

TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands – A joint operation between the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) and US Customs and Border Control earlier this week, led to the interception of a vessel suspected of carrying illegal immigrants.

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