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JAMAICA: Dr.Timothy Harris Joined other CARICOM Heads in Caucus Wednesday Night Ahead of CARICOM-US Summit

Dr. Timothy Harris along with Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon Mark Brantley (L) and Minister of Public Utilities and Works Ian "Patches" Liburd (Center)
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Dr. Timothy Harris prepares for CAUCUS Meeting with other Caricom Heads

Dr. Timothy Harris prepares for CAUCUS Meeting with other Caricom Heads

Prime Minister and Leader of the St.Kitts-Nevis Team UNITY Administration Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris joined other CARICOM Heads in a CAUCUS last evening (Wednesday April 8th) in Jamaica ahead of Today’s historic US-CARICOM Summit.
Competitiveness, energy, and security will be the focus of the highly anticipated Summit, to be co-chaired by Chairman of CARICOM the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie, Prime Minister of the Bahamas, and the President of the United States of America, Barrack Obama.

Dr. Kenny Anthony of St.Lucia, Dr. Timothy Harris of St.Kitts-Nevis, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Michel Martellyof Haiti, Perri Christie of Bahamas among others meet in Caucus on Wednesday evening ahead of Thursday historic US-CARICOM Summit

Dr. Kenny Anthony of St.Lucia, Dr. Timothy Harris of St.Kitts-Nevis, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Michel Martellyof Haiti, Perri Christie of Bahamas among others meet in Caucus on Wednesday evening ahead of Thursday historic US-CARICOM Summit

The themes of Thursday’s Summit reflect the major concerns of the Community as many of the Member States seek to emerge from the lingering effects of the global economic and financial crisis.

Dr. Timothy Harris along with Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon Mark Brantley (L) and Minister of Public Utilities and Works Ian "Patches" Liburd (Center)

Dr. Timothy Harris along with Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon Mark Brantley (L) and Minister of Public Utilities and Works Ian “Patches” Liburd (Center)

Dr. Harris will spend less than 36 Hours in Jamaica as he along with President Obama and other CARICOM leaders will leave for Panama to attend the Seventh Summit of the Americas.
The St.Kitts-Nevis Delegation includes includes Foreign Affairs Minister Mark Brantley, Minister of Energy Ian “Patches” Liburd, Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kaye Bass and the High Commissioner to Jamaica Cedric Harper. The delegation will be complimented in Panama with Senior Foreign Affairs Officer Justin Kareem Hawley.

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