CARICOM leaders discussing Venezuela with UN Secretary General

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Caribbean Community(CARICOM) leaders have started talks with the United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, on Monday to discuss the ongoing political situation in Venezuela where the government of President Nicolas Maduro is under international pressure to step down.

CARICOm Leaders with UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres (Photo courtesy Charles Jong)

CARICOM chairman and St. Kitts-Nevis Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris, Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley as well as Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley are to meet with the UN Secretary General

The regional leaders are also being accompanied by Grenada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Peter David, and CARICOM Secretary General Irwin LaRocque.

The regional leaders at an emergency meeting last Thursday agreed to request a meeting with the UN Secretary-General which he accepted.

CARICOM countries have called for the non-interference in the internal affairs of Venezuela where the

Opposition leader Juan Guaido has proclaimed himself as interim president.

He has had the backing of several countries, most notably the United States and Canada.

Prior to their meeting with Guterres, the CARICOM delegation met her with senior officials.

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  1. The Caribbean position of non-interference in the affairs of another nation is a principled stand. Like it or not, Moduro is the elected President of Venezuela.

  2. Getting oil from the middle East has become very problematic. Venezuela is closer. Beware Venezuelans of those willing to stabilize your country to get at your oil. They come in wolves clothing or blatant racism. Can Venezuela openly support the opposition in those ‘ demomocratic’ countries? Its called interferance. Be very careful opposition leader.

  3. An where is Antonio Guterres & the UN to enlighten us on how much internationally donated funds the Antiguan government received for Barbuda?.

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