External Affairs Minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun says solutions to the current crisis in Venezuela need to be found ‘in house’ within the region. Flood-Beaubrun told reporters Thursday that St. Lucia has been at the forefront of encouraging dialogue on Venezuela within the region to see how the issues facing the country can be resolved. “That will be a key topic at the OAS (Organisation of American States) General Assembly meeting that comes up next month,” the minister explained. She said there will then be an opportunity for the member states of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to get together to talk about the issues. “There are times when we need to put our heads together to talk and to come up with solutions.” She explained that when persons are suffering, inaction is not an option. More…
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