ALBA-TCP congratulates Saint Vincent and the Grenadines for the presidency of Celac | News
The Executive Secretariat of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America - Peoples' Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP) expressed its congratulations to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on their election to exercise the Pro Tempore Presidency (PPT) of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac).
Argentine president highlights success of Celac summit
The Caribbean country assumed the pro tempore presidency of Celac for the period 2023-2024 at the VII Summit of Heads of State and Government, which took place last Tuesday in Argentina.
At the conclave, representatives of 33 nations ratified unity within diversity to advance regional integration.
In a statement, the ALBA-TCP highlighted that "it is the first time that an Eastern Caribbean State will preside over the PPT of this mechanism for dialogue and political agreement."
“The Executive Secretariat is sure that the role of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in the PPT, led by the Right Honorable Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves, will contribute to the gradual process of regional integration, unity and balance of political, economic, social and culture of Latin America and the Caribbean.
"The Executive Secretariat of ALBA-TCP expresses its full support and wishes him every success in his management", he concluded.
Upon assuming the position of president pro tempore of Celac, at the conclusion of the VII Summit of the organization, Prime Minister Gonsalves said he felt "very proud" of this distinction.
The official stressed that Saint Vincent and the Grenadines will work "very closely" with all the member states of Celac.
“We want to capitalize on the great work done by Mexico and Argentina and we want to rely on all of you to help us in this very important task,” said Gonsalves.
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