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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Don’t turn blind eye to Venezuela


“Look, I think there’s absolute consensus by Caricom that there should be non-interference, but it is what is said afterwards. The fact is, from a security perspective we are very concerned about the deterioration of things in Venezuela because it has impacted us from a security perspective. “We have seen an increase in the movement of arms, we have seen an increase in money laundering and just basic criminal activity,” Chastanet said, adding ,“I think we have to take an interest in what’s happening”. On Monday, Caricom Secetary General Irwin La Rocque told a news conference that while the Venezuela issue is not on the agenda for the three-day summit being held on the outskirts of the capital, he expects some statement to follow the deliberations of the leaders. More…

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