VINCENTIAN PRIME MINISTER ASSURES MEDIA ALL IS ON TRACK FOR ARGYLE AIRPORT

As 2014 enters its first quarter, St Vincent still has a way to go from the devastating Christmas time flood which also decimated parts of Dominica and St Lucia, nevertheless their leader Dr Ralph Gonsalves spoke with Barbadian media that all is not lost…

Dr Gonsalves later entertained both media and guests with his recollections of being a newspaper columnist in Barbados, he also showed great respect for the leaders of the host country despite differences which emerged from time to time...

Dr Gonsalves later entertained both media and guests with his recollections of being a newspaper columnist in Barbados, he also showed great respect for the leaders of the host country despite differences which emerged from time to time…

After a recent book launch at the Caribbean Development Bank, the leader took time to update Barbadian journalists how reconstruction is faring {CLICK ON FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO};-

Dr Gonsalves was quick to note as an OECS member neither himself nor his fellow OECS counterparts can no longer seek the help of Libya which has since fallen into disarray from rebel factions subsequent to the death of Muammar Al-Ghaddafy, however the Prime Minister explained where St Vincent has been heading in terms of seeking further infrastructural support {CLICK ON FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO};-

The Vincentian PM was invited to attend the launch of the lates book from Dr Jean Holder, here Dr Gonsalves is seen sharing a lighter moment with (left) the CDB's President Dr Wm Warren Smith and (right) Norma Holder, former Principal of B'dos Community College and wife of the author

The Vincentian PM was invited to attend the launch of the lates book from Dr Jean Holder, here Dr Gonsalves is seen sharing a lighter moment with (left) the CDB’s President Dr Wm Warren Smith and (right) Norma Holder, former Principal of B’dos Community College and wife of the author

So in addition to training and rebuilding, Dr Gonsalves is also planning to shore up St Vincent’s tourism sector once Argyle airport is finished {CLICK ON FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO};-

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