The Prime Minister of Grenada will participate in the ALBA-TCP Summit in Cuba

The Head of Government traveled to the largest island in the Caribbean with Chief Foreign Affairs, Trade and Export Development Joseph Andal; Permanent Assistant Minister of Finance, Chevan Breton; And the head of Petrocaribe Hassan Hadid.

Mitchell plans to return tomorrow, Thursday, according to information released by his office, which also specified that the temporary prime ministerial posts have been taken over by Philip Tellesford, head of the Social and Community Development, Housing and Gender portfolio.

The 22nd Summit in the Cuban capital will celebrate the 18th anniversary of the creation of the Regional Mechanism, as well as allow an exchange of views on developments and challenges in the ALBA-TCP, for the benefit of Member States.

On December 14, 2004, the then President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez. Cuba, Fidel Castro, signed an agreement in response to the Free Trade Area of ​​the Americas (FTAA), promoted by the United States and finally rejected by Latin America in Mar del Plata, Argentina, in 2005.

Since its establishment until now, ALBA-TCP maintains solidarity, economic integration, social justice and cooperation as basic principles for its course of action and for relations between member states.

It is made up of 10 countries: Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Dominica, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Grenada, and Cuba.


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