The 44th conference of heads of Government of the integrationist community also analyzes food security, energy, climate financing, and health, according to the official program released.
Participants in the meeting, which started Wednesday through Friday, February 17, also tackled the crises affecting Haiti, a full member of CARICOM.
Prime Minister Phillip Davis stated that “they analyze the most pressing problems of the region in order to promote greater collaboration.”
During a press briefing before the beginning of the conference on Wednesday evening, the current president pro tempore of the bloc said the meeting “will seek to develop political solutions” for the development of Caribbean nations.
Upon addressing the opening ceremony, CARICOM Secretary-General Carla Barnett said that rising prices of essential products are a brake, even though some Caribbean economies are beginning to recover from Covid-19-induced contractions.