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The OAS must be allowed to play its part in matters affecting Venezuela

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K-JohnsonHaving just returned from the meeting of the Council for Foreign and Community Relations in Barbados, May 18-19, 2017, I thought that it would be useful to publicly share the position adopted by Jamaica during that meeting, having regard to discussions on relations within the hemisphere, and most specifically on developments in Venezuela.

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Statement on the St. Kitts Cruise Sector

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Taxi-ProtestThe Ministry of Tourism and the St. Kitts Tourism Authority continue to work with all of the stakeholders to grow the cruise sector, and of course improve the quality of the guests’ experience on our lovely island.

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A National Sports Authority:  For A More Healthy, Productive & Peaceful Nation

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Dr-P-Martin-1705The Federation ranks among the ten most obese countries in the world.  Drug trafficking and other devils are finding work for scores of youth.  Funding shortfalls and other administrative gaps are recurring nightmares for travelling teams.

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