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LIMA, Peru (CMC) — Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence, says his country remains interested in the Caribbean and Latin America. Pence made the disclosure as he met with leaders from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), on Saturday – the final day of the Summit of the Americas. According to Guyana's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, following the Summit, the Caribbean leaders “took advantage” of the opportunity to dialogue with the world leader. “It was a good opportunity to at least exchange ideas at practically the highest level in the United States,” Greenidge said. During the meeting, the CARICOM heads of state and delegations also had discussions with the Vice President's team including the new head of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). “It was a wide-ranging discussion. The Caribbean raised many of the problems they would have raised before but also looked at an on-going framework of cooperation with the US and setting a scene for the types of discussions that may arise”, Greenidge explained. The discussions, in relation to the Guyanese concerns, were along the line of migration and crime and security. “We share, of course, some of the other things the Caribbean would...Read more


Jamaica Observer | Monday April 16, 2018
CARICOM leaders hold wide-ranging discussions with US VP