Seminar for 50 years of Caricom in Venezuela inaugurated | News

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The 50-year Seminar of the Caribbean Community, on the occasion of the day for the organization's anniversary, began this Monday in Caracas, Venezuela, and will meet for a week to discuss the role of the region in the integration of peoples.

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The Vice Minister of Venezuela for the Caribbean, Raúl LiCausi, welcomed the participants and stressed that diplomatic, political, cultural and academic events have been planned, as well as a diplomatic reception and a floral offering to the Liberator, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Chaguaramas.

For his part, the Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and President Pro Tempore Ralph Gonsalves, in one of the presentations at the event, addressed the challenges of the community and said that "we have to transform these experiences into shared expressions so that these expressions become manifest in institutional, political, economic and social agreements”.

Similarly, he said that "we are a group of islands and territories that share common experiences and we have to accept our own challenges, our own limitations, our own weaknesses, but we also have strengths, possibilities."

Gonsalves pointed out that economic integration, functional cooperation in public policies; the coordination of foreign policies; and security coordination are the four main pillars of the organization.

"The future is ours", said the president pro tempore, and insisted on promoting unity and solidarity, "just as we must go to a conversation with those who are with us, and those who will occupy our positions when we are not there" .

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