GEORGETOWN, Guyana,CMC – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretary-General Irwin LaRocque will be paying a three-day official visit to The Bahamas, the Guyana-based CARICOM Secretariat has announced.
It said that LaRocque will meet with Prime Minister Perry Christie on Thursday and will also pay courtesy call on Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Frederick Mitchell.
He will hold talks with National Security Minister Benard Nottage, who is also the chairman of the CARICOM Council for National Security and Law Enforcement (CONSLE).
“As is customary during his visits to Member States, the Secretary-General will also meet with the CARICOM Youth Ambassadors and other youth representatives. This meeting will take place on Thursday and later that day Ambassador LaRocque will have an open dialogue with representatives of The Bahamas media,” the Secretariat said.
LaRocque leaves the Bahamas on Friday for Haiti where he will attend the two-day 24th Intersessional Meeting of CARICOM leaders from February 18.