Saint Lucia organisations to host “free” public discussion on Venezuela crisis

By University of the West Indies Open Campus Saint Lucia

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Huntley (left), Escalona (centre), and Henry will be make “contributions” at the public session.

(PRESS RELEASE) — The UWI Open Campus Saint Lucia, in collaboration with the National Reparations Committee, presents “Venezuela at the Crossroads — A Public Forum on The Crisis in Venezuela”.

The discussion will be held in the conference room of the Finance Administrative Centre, fifth floor, Pointe Seraphine, on Thursday, February 28 at 7 p.m.

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Featured will be contributions from Mr Earl Huntley, former ambassador and permanent representative to the UN, and former permanent secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; H. E. Leiff Escalona, outgoing Venezuelan ambassador to Saint Lucia and Mr Clarence Henry, programme officer, regional integration at the OECS Commission.

Moderating the discussion will be Mr Embert Charles, former managing director of ECTEL and the FRC.

Join in this timely discussion, as we explore the unfolding crisis from a local and regional perspective, within the context of ongoing developments, set against a historical background.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the genesis of the crisis and its impact on both Venezuela and its Caribbean neighbours.

The session is FREE and open to the public.


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  1. good idea to be fair. we need more of that sort of thing not only in relation to that issue but others as well

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