Caribbean nations could work more closely together to promote trade and tourism and battle climate change and can integrate more closely with Latin America, say top politicians.
Dr Ralph Gonsalves, prime minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines, speaking at the seventh summit of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) in Havana, Cuba, says integration in Latin America and the Caribbean is realistic and would help the region face common challenges.
He urged the nations to work together and use honest dialogue to resolve differences and promote friendship.
Caribbean countries should work together as they are united by history, geography and biology. To achieve the common good, it is essential to maintain a dialogue about air and maritime transport, trade, tourism and technology.
To boost tourism in the Greater Caribbean Region and help it compete more strongly against other nations, air and maritime connectivity between islands and countries should be…
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