Tag Archives: Saboto Caesar


A Disaster Plan is currently being implemented in the South Central Windward Constituency, in preparation for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which opens on June 1st. Parliamentary Representative for the Constituency, Minister of Agriculture, Saboto Caesar hosted a News Conference today to launch the program. Minister Caesar said residents of the community will be working… Continue Reading →


Minister of Agriculture, Saboto Caesar said St. Vincent and the Grenadines will soon begin exporting bananas to Grenada. He made this statement in response to a question during a recent sitting of the House of Assembly. Minister Caesar said while the country does not currently export bananas to the international market, there continues to be… Continue Reading →


A team of Consultants is here in St. Vincent to provide some recommendations on the establishment of a Medicinal Cannabis Industry here. The four-member team from the United Kingdom and France was scheduled to meet with Government Officials and other Stakeholders today. One of the Team Members is Dr. Jutta Roth – Chief Scientific Officer… Continue Reading →


Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Saboto Caesar said he is optimistic that 2018 will be a fruitful year for his Ministry. Minister Caesar made the remarks at the signing of a Lease Agreement between the Government and the Calliaqua Fisherfolk Cooperative for the privatization of the Calliaqua Fisheries Centre. The Agreement was signed by… Continue Reading →


The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has embarked on an important project as part of its thrust to advance the Fisheries Sector in St. Vincent & the Grenadines. The project is in keeping with the Government’s policy of privatizing Fisheries Centres across the country. Yesterday, the Ministry signed a Lease Agreement with the Bequia… Continue Reading →

BVI Visit and Relief Supplies to follow

An official delegation from the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is now in the British Virgin Islands, to get a first-hand view of the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma. The delegation comprises Minister of Economic Planning Camillo Gonsalves; Minister of Agriculture Saboto Caesar, and three technicians. The API says while in the BVI,… Continue Reading →