We hope to share with our brothers and sisters of the region a representation of our entertainment, music, art, heritage, and our pride, Leslia Miller-Brice, national high commissioner to the community bloc, said.
Miller-Brice stated that beyond the celebrations and camaraderie, the aim is to leave the meeting more united, connected, and focused on solid solutions that strengthen the region, uplift communities, and empower people.
We look forward to progressive discussions on energy security, food security, and climate change, she said from the office of host Prime Minister Philip Davis.
Participants in the event will highlight the urgency of cooperation on these leading issues, especially in light of inflation and the cost-of-living crisis at the national and regional levels, Miller-Brice stated.
The bloc’s General Secretariat launched the Conference website on Friday to address advances in the region’s single market and economy.