St. Maarten Prime Minister congratulates newly elected leaders of St. Lucia, Guyana and Jamaica

POSTED: 01/8/12 4:46 PM

St. Maarten – Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams has sent notes of congratulations to three new Caribbean leaders who took office either late in 2011 or early in 2012. The three leaders in sequence of installation are St. Lucian Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony, President of Guyana Donald Ramotar and Prime Minister of Jamaica Portia Simpson Miller.
“I wish the three leaders much success as they prepare their governing visions for the coming five years. Each and every country is confronted with many challenges, internally as well as externally, due to events such as the global recession and the current uncertainties that exist in Europe with respect to the so-called Euro Zone crisis. Despite these challenges, as leaders of our countries, we must continue to govern and do what has to be done to move our countries forward in these challenging times. Once again, I take this opportunity to congratulate the three leaders on their election wins and wish them God’s strength and wisdom as they move their nations forward,” Wescot-Williams said.

In her specific letter to the Prime Minister of Jamaica Wescot-Williams stated, “Your Party’s win at the polls gives you a strong mandate to move your country forward during these tumultuous global times. In times such as these, leaders are to be both a beacon of strength for their respective constituencies and at the same time a bastion of strong will and determination in their region and beyond.”
“I have no doubt that buoyed by your country’s overwhelming support; you will take on both endeavors with unmatched vigor. While you will undoubtedly have many priorities on the home-front, I look forward in the not too distant future to meet with you and your other ministers to discuss matters that could be of mutual benefit to both our countries.”

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