Foreign Affairs Minister, Camillo Gonsalves will represent this country at the Sixth Summit of Heads of States and or Government of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), which takes place in Mérida, Mexico next week.
One of the highlights of the April 30th Summit is a presentation of the “New Initiatives for the Benefit of the Caribbean” offered by the government of Mexico and dialogue on that presentation.
Prior to the actual convening of the summit, there will be two other meetings, the first being the preparatory meeting of the seventh extraordinary meeting of the Ministerial Council of the Association, on Monday, April 28, during which the agenda and other procedural matters will be approved.
The day will also include two work sessions the first dealing with the draft declaration of Merida, while the second would discuss the draft evaluation of the plan of action of Pétion Ville.
Participants in both sessions would include representatives of member states, associate members and founding observers.
On Tuesday April 29, the seventh extraordinary meeting of the Ministerial Council of the ACS will be convened.
The Summit will also be attended by Heads of State from Colombia; Barbados; Dominica; Guyana; St. Kitts and Nevis; Guatemala; Martinique and Venezuela.