CARICOM HEADS HANDLING WIDE RANGE OF MATTERS AT 33rd INTER-SESSIONAL MEETING IN BELIZE
CARICOM Heads of Government are deliberating on several major issues, including the Region’s post-pandemic economic recovery, while convening at San Pedro in Belize for their on 1-2 March 2022.
The situation in Member State Haiti, including the current political impasse and security and socio-economic challenges, will also be examined. Heads will also discuss the regional security situation including any new challenges from the period of the pandemic.
Climate Change, an existential threat to Caribbean small island and low-lying States is also before the Meeting, which will assess the outcomes of COP26 – the last global Climate Change conference in Glasgow, and begin to outline the Region’s plan of work for .