European diplomats to hold discussion with PM on security and justice

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European diplomats to hold discussion with PM on security and justice
Left to right: : Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation Mikael Barfod, British High Commissioner Victoria Dean, and the Ambassador of France Eric de Moussaye.
Left to right: : Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation Mikael Barfod, British High Commissioner Victoria Dean, and the Ambassador of France Eric de Moussaye.
Left to right: : Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation Mikael Barfod, British High Commissioner Victoria Dean, and the Ambassador of France Eric de Moussaye.

A group of European diplomats are expected to hold discussions on security and justice with Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony on January 14, 2016.

The high level team includes: Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation Mikael Barfod, British High Commissioner Victoria Dean, and the Ambassador of France Eric de Moussaye.

According to a statement published by the EU, the purpose of the meeting is not only to discuss security and justice, but also to follow-up on the publication of the IMPACS report.

The EU delegation will also take the opportunity to discuss with the Prime Minister, key issues related to development cooperation, including the new Owen-EU Hospital.

A press conference is scheduled to take place on that same day by the three Heads of Mission at 12.30 p.m. at the Alliance Française at Pointe Seraphine.

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  1. Its sad as something must be wrong. Some persons were good for stirring up and pushing this whole police mess and confusion for their own cheap political gains. Now they are making a mess and unable to deal with the fall out.

    Where are the so called 'best brains', KDA and La Corbs who is in charge of the police. All fumbling at the wheel whilst giving the poor DPP chat en sac. Well Victoria give them bal fini violin en sac.

    Meanwhile as the police force spirals and turmoil reigns, foreign governments (USA, England and EU)have to come in like policemen and stand over and instruct our so called 'best brains' how to run security and law and order in St. Lucia. Are theses guys not a shame? Then we claim we are independent and England cannot dictate who and how we appoint as diplomat and ambassador. Well mee lee. England have to intervene and dictate to our imcompetence and now unscrupulous juffali behaviour. But all of that's what happens when secret and shady things are done in the night. The good light of the day have to pass like a seena and HIT the LIST of the alleged extra judicial killings and juffali immunity deal. Poor jab Helen whilst she dere bleaching for the diabetes research centre. Femme la puis en sa

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  2. European diplomats are expected to hold discussions on Security & Justice, also to follow-up on the publication of the IMPACS report with Prime Minister Dr Kenny Anthony on January 14, 2016.

    “A press conference is scheduled to take place on that same day by the three Heads of Mission at 12.30 p.m. at the Alliance Française at Pointe Seraphine.”

    Let’s say the discussions with the PM and Diplomats start at 08:00 A.M., 14th Jan 2016. They conclude at 12:00 Mid-day – 4 hours.

    The Press Conference starts at 12:30 P.M.!

    Fours ours to discuss those important issues, Security & Justice on its own needs minimum 4 hours.

    Now the assumption I made was that the talks will conclude or finish at 12:00.

    They may resume after the Press Conference but if they do. Why have the Press Conference before the talks conclude/finish?!

    Hope the journalist don’t too shy or Diplomatic in asking the REAL questions that may ruffle a few feathers but need/have to be asked.

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