Visa-free travel to Canada for Vincentians remains unresolved: PM

The requirement of a visa for travel to Canada for Vincentians remains an unresolved matter even after the Canada-CARICOM Summit. During a news conference held in Kingstown, Gonsalves discussed his efforts to address the matter of visa-free travel to Canada for individuals holding Vincentian passports. He highlighted that this problem was mentioned during the Canada-CARICOM […]

PM reacts to France warning against travel to St Lucia due to crime

During a press conference earlier this week, Prime Minister Philip J Pierre addressed a warning from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs to its people not to come to Saint Lucia because of the worsening security situation there. “The security situation in Saint Lucia is deteriorating, with an increase in homicides and violence, especially in […]

Caribbean nationals will require a visa to travel to the UK, starting from Dominica

The United Kingdom government is poised to suspend the visa-free waiver agreement with Dominica this July, thereby requiring its nationals to apply for a visa for travel to the UK. Following this, the UK plans to annul the visa-free agreement with St Lucia in August and subsequently with Grenada in September. In a similar vein, […]

United States ditches the “racism” travel alert to the Dominican Republic

The United States Department of State eliminated the travel alert to the Dominican Republic for racism issued on November 9, 2022. However, it maintains an active warning for crime, sexual assault, and homicide at level 2 for Santo Domingo. Congressmen Adriano Espaillat and María Salazar broke the news through Twitter, where they stated that the […]

PM Skerritt: Single Domestic Space would benefit CARICOM

D ominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit wants to revive the Single Domestic Space, which allowed citizens of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to travel freely between member states. Skerrit, who is also the chairman of CARICOM, made the plea for the travel policy in his address at yesterday’s opening of the 45th Regular meeting of the […]

Government unable to inform about total travel cost

Finance Minister Dennis Cornwall has informed the Lower House of Parliament that his Ministry is unable to provide Parliament with the list of names of each delegation who travelled on behalf of the Government for the period 23 June 2022 to 31 May 2023. “This information is not available within the Ministry of Finance as […]


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