The ‘Connect Caribe' Ferry alliance announced that the venture will transport heavy and light cargo and agricultural produce in the Eastern Caribbean.
Dominica is all set to construct the new luxurious hotel- Ocean’s Edge in Castle Comfort. The announcement was made by Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, who said that the project will be facilitated by the Citizenship by Investment Programme.
PM Pierre discussed several topics with US Ambassador Roger Nyhus, on the issues of climate resilience, economic development and the security of its citizens.
Floyd Green shared that the nation has purchased a vessel with the help of the World Bank to provide support in the fisheries sector.
Tobago is affected by the island-wide power outage, which is causing a disturbance and interruption for both businesses and residents across the island.
Minister of Public Works, Juan Edghill, informed that the Cemetery Road expansion project is scheduled to be completed by the end of March 2024.
The US Department of State has announced that it will be reimposing sanctions on Venezuela, by refusing to renew General License 44, thus pressurizing the oil and gas sector in the nation.
Prime Minister Terrance Drew shared glimpses of his meeting with Didier Trebucq, serving as United Nations Resident Coordinator for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, on Tuesday.
ECCAA Aerodrome Expert, Jaime Calderon and the CEO of DASPA, Benoit Bardouille, inspected the Dominica Cable Car Project, in preparation for building a helipad.
Trinidad and Tobago is looking at expanding the scope of its deals with Venezuela that will allow T&T to import natural gas from the region, making use of the famed Dragon Gas Fields.