Guyana for ‘U.S.-Caribbean Resilience Partnership’ meeting today

John J. Sullivan

Eighteen Caribbean countries will congregate at the US Southern Command headquarters in Miami, Florida, to meet with the US Deputy Secretary of State, John J. Sullivan, to discuss efforts to confront disaster response and promote resilience within the region.

A release from the US State Department that the meeting, which is to be held today and tomorrow, will launch the US-Caribbean Resilience Partnership, a new collaborative effort to build regional capacity to confront disaster response and promote resilience. The forum will allow leaders to discuss new opportunities for collaboration in order to enhance the region’s preparedness and response efforts.

“Deputy Secretary Sullivan’s engagement with our Caribbean neighbours, with the support of a broad coalition of the U.S. government, will reaffirm the United States’ strong commitment to the Carib-bean”, the release said…..

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