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CCC General Secretary and Vincentian PM
discuss regional issues

On Monday 27th March, 2006 the General Secretary of the Caribbean Conference of Churches (CCC), Gerard Granado, paid a courtesy call on the Honourable Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines at the Ministerial Offices, Kingstown.

During the visit Prime Minister Gonsalves was updated on the recent work of the CCC. General Secretary Granado noted that his visit was long overdue having promised the Prime Minister a visit several months ago. One issue that emerged as a major focus in the course of discussion was the current state of affairs in Haiti .

Visibly elated with Mr. Granado's visit, Prime Minister Gonsalves recalled the important historical role played by the CCC in Caribbean development. He went on to express his deep appreciation for the information shared and indicated his intention to maintain contact with the CCC's Secretariat.

In sharing on the visit, the General Secretary noted that the CCC remains committed to partnering with various stakeholders and as the Regional Ecumenical Organization (REO), will continue to make itself available for collaboration and consultation on issues crucial to the Region's development.

Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, at right, discusses the most recent Caribbean development work of the CCC with the General Secretary of the Caribbean Conference of Churches, Gerard Granado.

Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, at right, discusses the most recent Caribbean development work of the CCC with the General Secretary of the Caribbean Conference of Churches, Gerard Granado.

 
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