Port of Prince, Feb 27.- Ensure integration and leave a Caribbean Community stronger is one of the objectives of Haiti president, Jovenel Moise, chair pro-tempore of Caricom, which concludes today its conference in this capital.
The venue seeks to create a resilient region to face climate change in 2018, while it also debates the expansion of the community policy, border relations between some of its members and the development of tourism.
In his inaugural speech, Irwin LaRocque, secretary general of Caricom, emphasized on the need to enact effective strategies that diminishes crime and violence, main scourge affecting families and ending the life of many human beings.
He equally stressed the importance of extending trade and cooperation ties, as well as regional unity as axis to manage risks and disasters.
Transportation and free circulation in the Caribbean, single market and economy and the struggle against terrorism are other issues open to debate in the meeting that ends today in the Haitian capital. (Prensa Latina)