DECLARATION OF HAVANA ON THE OCCASION OF THE FIFTH CARICOM-CUBA SUMMIT Adopted in Havana, Cuba, 8 December 2014. We, the heads of state and government of the Caribbean Community and of the Republic of Cuba, meeting in Havana, Cuba, on 8 December 2014, on the occasion of the Fifth CARICOM-Cuba Summit and in commemoration of the Forty-Second anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations among the independent States of CARICOM and Cuba and […]
POWELL: LOSS OF VISA-FREE ACCESS TO CANADA MAKES FEDERATION’S CBI LESS ATTRACTIVE Click here to read more
ST. KITTS AND NEVIS CITIZENS NEED A VISA TO TRAVEL TO CANADA Bridgetown, Barbados — As of 12:00 p.m. EST today, citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis will require a visa to travel to Canada. Canada is implementing the visa requirement on visitors travelling from St. Kitts and Nevis due to concerns about the issuance […]
ST KITTS AND ST EUSTATIUS REACH AGREEMENT ON MARITIME BOUNDARY Click here to read
CARICOM HEADS IN SPECIAL SESSION CARICOM Secretariat — Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are meeting in a special session today in Trinidad and Tobago. High on the agenda is the discussion on the Ebola virus and the Chikungunya disease.
THE WORLD AGAIN DEMANDS THAT THE UNITED STATUS END ITS BLOCKADE OF CUBA Cuba’s resolution is approved in the UN General Assembly by 188 countries, with two against and three abstentions Havana – The United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly has approved, for the twenty-third time, a resolution presented by Cuba calling on the United States […]
CUBA’S IMPRESSIVE ROLE ON EBOLA Click here to read
BRIDGING THE CARIBBEAN DIVIDE – AN EU PERSPECTIVE In a few days I will attend the Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum and speak on a panel which will discuss donor harmonisation and absorption capacities of Caribbean countries. I think it is therefore highly relevant to present some of the thinking of the European Union on the […]
OECS MINISTERS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY TO MEET IN TORTOLA Castries — OECS Ministers responsible for environmental portfolios will meet in RoadTown, Tortola, next week for their first meeting, since the Revised Treaty of Basseterre came into force.
CCJ JUDGE PUBLISHES NEW BOOK Port of Spain — Caribbean Court of Justice Judge, the Honourable Mr. Justice Winston Anderson has authored the second edition of his Caribbean Private International Law, published September, 2014 by Sweet & Maxwell, London.