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OECS Spokes Persons workshop in Antigua – six-member Montserrat delegation participates

Montserrat delegation to OECS workshop - D. Chambers,M. McKenzie,N. Golden, H. Riley, R. Lee and S.Queeley

Montserrat delegation to OECS workshop – D. Chambers,M. McKenzie,N. Golden, H. Riley, R. Lee and S.Queeley

A delegation comprising multi-media editor at Radio Montserrat Shirlian Queely, Business Manager at The Montserrat Development Corporation Rochelle Lee, Director of Information Nerissa Golden, Doreen Chambers from the Office of the Premier, video, photography, web management production, Milykhia McKenzie from The Montserrat Reporter, and freelance journalist Hazel Riley.

The theme for the three-day workshop – September 9 to 11 at the Verandah Resort Antigua Spa was “One People, One Region Committed to Success.”

It opened on Monday with remarks from Antigua and Barbuda’s Commissioner to the OECS His Excellency Collin Murdock and Coordinator of the Regional Integration Unit OECS Secretariat Elma Jean Isaac.

Meanwhile Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister and OECS Baldwin Spencer delivered the feature address during the opening.

In highlighting the important role of the media and other key stakeholders play in the OECS integration movement, Prime Minister Spencer called on the sub  regional grouping to spread the message about the OECS integration movement, he urged the promoting of the OECS Economic Union to the youth of the region.

“I’m here to give you the charge to reach out to our populations by all means available and to persuade them that critical issues such as free movement are there for their benefit,” the Prime Minister said. He continued, “I’m here to call on you to dialogue with the private sector and with our business communities, show them how economic union initiatives such as free movement or free circulation of goods will enhance and streamline doing business in our region.”

The Antigua Barbuda P M said further, “I call on you to reach out by all means available, we are here in a workshop setting and I am sure that you will be briefed and armed with all the facts and arguments to go out into our communities  with the banner of the OECS flying high.”

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Montserrat delegation to OECS workshop - D. Chambers,M. McKenzie,N. Golden, H. Riley, R. Lee and S.Queeley

Montserrat delegation to OECS workshop – D. Chambers,M. McKenzie,N. Golden, H. Riley, R. Lee and S.Queeley

A delegation comprising multi-media editor at Radio Montserrat Shirlian Queely, Business Manager at The Montserrat Development Corporation Rochelle Lee, Director of Information Nerissa Golden, Doreen Chambers from the Office of the Premier, video, photography, web management production, Milykhia McKenzie from The Montserrat Reporter, and freelance journalist Hazel Riley.

The theme for the three-day workshop – September 9 to 11 at the Verandah Resort Antigua Spa was “One People, One Region Committed to Success.”

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It opened on Monday with remarks from Antigua and Barbuda’s Commissioner to the OECS His Excellency Collin Murdock and Coordinator of the Regional Integration Unit OECS Secretariat Elma Jean Isaac.

Meanwhile Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister and OECS Baldwin Spencer delivered the feature address during the opening.

In highlighting the important role of the media and other key stakeholders play in the OECS integration movement, Prime Minister Spencer called on the sub  regional grouping to spread the message about the OECS integration movement, he urged the promoting of the OECS Economic Union to the youth of the region.

“I’m here to give you the charge to reach out to our populations by all means available and to persuade them that critical issues such as free movement are there for their benefit,” the Prime Minister said. He continued, “I’m here to call on you to dialogue with the private sector and with our business communities, show them how economic union initiatives such as free movement or free circulation of goods will enhance and streamline doing business in our region.”

The Antigua Barbuda P M said further, “I call on you to reach out by all means available, we are here in a workshop setting and I am sure that you will be briefed and armed with all the facts and arguments to go out into our communities  with the banner of the OECS flying high.”