US Department of State News: Ministerial for the “U.S.-Caribbean Resilience Partnership”

US Department of State News: Ministerial for the “U.S.-Caribbean Resilience Partnership”

WASHINGTON DC (STL.News) – The US Department of State released the following statement:

On April 12, Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan led an interagency team of United States senior officials and experts to U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) headquarters in Miami, Florida, where he hosted ministers and disaster management officials from 18 Caribbean countries, the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency, and the Regional Security System to launch the new “U.S.-Caribbean Resilience Partnership.”

The “U.S.-Caribbean Resilience Partnership” will strengthen the U.S.-Caribbean relationship and advance our shared interests in achieving greater resilience to natural disasters.

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