The 43rd regular meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government was held on 3 July 2022 in Barbados. The main focus of the meeting was advancing regional integration, and the Heads of Government reaffirmed their commitment to the Treaty of Sabaramas. Climate change, food security, pandemics, and inflation were among the regional challenges discussed.
The 43rd Regular Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government was held on 3 July 2022 and was attended by representatives from all 10 member countries. The meeting discussed a variety of topics, including climate change, economic development, and the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine. The conference also highlighted the importance of working together to address these issues.
The 43rd regular meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government was held in Suriname in July 2022. The meeting was attended by new Chairperson, Dr. David Granger, and discussed ways to improve cooperation among CARICOM member states. The Chairperson highlighted the importance of strengthening integration processes and outlined several goals for the conference, including the development of a common market, increased economic cooperation, and the promotion of functional cooperation among various sectors.
The 43rd Regular Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government was held on 3 July 2022 and was presided over by President Chandra Kapasat Santoki. The meeting featured speeches from the secretary general, ambassador erwin larocque, and president of the conference of heads of government. The alla con de drong was performed at the event.