WATCH VIDEO: Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris and St.Kitts-Nevis Delegation Arrives for Seventh Summit of the Americas in Panama

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Prime Minister the Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris led a delegation to the Seventh Summit of the Americas which takes place in Panama City, Panama from today April 10 to 11 2015.
After a 24 hour visit to Jamaica for the US-Caricom Summit with President Barack Obama , Prime Minister Dr. Harris arrived in Panama City Panama for the America Summit on Thursday evening accompanied by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation, the Hon. Mark Brantley; Minister of Public Infrastructure, Posts, Urban Development and Transport, the Hon. Ian “Patches” Liburd; St. Kitts and Nevis’ High Commissioner to Jamaica, His Excellency Cedric Harper; and Director in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kaye Bass and Foreign Services Officer Justin Kareem Hawley.
Prime Minister Harris left the Federation on Tuesday for Jamaica to attend Thursday’s Summit of CARICOM Heads of Government and meeting with United States President, Barack Obama.
The Heads of State of the Americas will address the central theme, “Prosperity with Equity: The Challenge of Cooperation in the Americas”, with special emphasis on education, health, energy, environment, migration, security, citizen participation and democratic governance.

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