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Prime Ministers of Britain and Japan to visit Jamaica this week

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (l) and Prime Minister David Cameron (r)

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (l) and Prime Minister David Cameron (r)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe are scheduled to visit Jamaica this week.

Cameron is expected here next Wednesday and during his visit, he will address parliamentarians.

Abe is scheduled to make a brief visit enroute to the 70th anniversary celebrations of the United Nations General Assembly in New York .

The Japanese Prime Minister is expected to use his visit to  lobby Jamaica to influence member states in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), in support of efforts to reform the UN Security Council.

Jamaica’s Ambassador to the UN Courtenay Rattray is the incumbent Chairman of the UN Intergovernmental Negotiations on Security Council reform.

In addition to the visit of both Prime Ministers, Princess Anne of  Edinburgh, is also scheduled to visit this week for a working visit between September 30 and October 2.

Her visit coincides with her attendance at the Caribbean-Canada Emerging Leaders’ Dialogue.

 

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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (l) and Prime Minister David Cameron (r)

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (l) and Prime Minister David Cameron (r)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe are scheduled to visit Jamaica this week.

Cameron is expected here next Wednesday and during his visit, he will address parliamentarians.

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Abe is scheduled to make a brief visit enroute to the 70th anniversary celebrations of the United Nations General Assembly in New York .

The Japanese Prime Minister is expected to use his visit to  lobby Jamaica to influence member states in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), in support of efforts to reform the UN Security Council.

Jamaica’s Ambassador to the UN Courtenay Rattray is the incumbent Chairman of the UN Intergovernmental Negotiations on Security Council reform.

In addition to the visit of both Prime Ministers, Princess Anne of  Edinburgh, is also scheduled to visit this week for a working visit between September 30 and October 2.

Her visit coincides with her attendance at the Caribbean-Canada Emerging Leaders’ Dialogue.