PM Holness believes consensus can come from Haiti security talks
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he believes a consensus can come from the security talks about Haiti that have started and will continue in the country this week.
Caricom leaders are in the country to discuss security measures for Haiti, which continues to grapple with issues of crime and starvation.
Speaking at the opening ceremony in Kingston, on Sunday morning Mr. Holness said stakeholders can arrive at a consensus with the right spirit and opportunities to build on work already started.
The prime minister is hopeful that the discussions will be met with openness from all parties involved.
In the meantime, he expressed sympathies to Haiti in light of the recent earthquake and flooding in that country.