CARICOM Committee of Ambassadors to connect national, Regional agendas
The CARICOM Committee of Ambassadors at its inaugural meeting on Saturday 30 May, at the CARICOM Secretariat, placed emphasis on the strategic guidance it will provide to connect national and Regional agendas in the integration architecture.
“As the link between the national and the Regional, you are in a position to fit two pieces together and see the big picture.” – CARICOM Secretary-General, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque
Established in March 2015 through an agreement by CARICOM Heads of Government of CARICOM at their 26th Intercessional Meeting in The Bahamas, the Committee comprising Ambassadors accredited to CARICOM will support the Community Council of Ministers. Community Council is currently meeting in Georgetown, Guyana, at the CARICOM Secretariat.
The Committee of Ambassadors was established to work closely with the Organs and Bodies of the Community, the CARICOM Secretariat, and Community and Associate Institutions to sustain an efficient system of consultations at the national and Regional levels to advance the implementation of decisions.