CARICOM still assessing the best way to assist with restoring stability in Haiti
The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is still assessing the best way to intervene to assist with restoring stability in Haiti.
That’s according to Foreign Affairs Minister, Kamina Johnson-Smith. She was speaking at a post cabinet press briefing at Jamaica house yesterday (April 12).
In February, Prime Minister Andrew Holness led a special CARICOM mission to Haiti, to convene high level talks with government officials and civil society, on the continued socio-economic, political, and violent challenges the gang-torn country is facing.
A CARICOM statement had indicated that the mission was the first opportunity for officials to observe the situation on the ground.
Providing an update on the situation, Senator Johnson-Smith said discussions continue regarding Jamaica’s role.