New York, USA: Philip J. Pierre, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, informed through his social media account that yesterday, he arrived in New York, USA, to meet with the Saint Lucian diaspora.
At New York City, PM J. Pierre received a warm welcome from the Saint Lucian diaspora. More than a hundred individuals attended the event to listen and share talks with the Saint Lucian Prime Minister.
PM J. Pierre shared various pictures of his visit to New York, where he attended a meeting with Saint Lucians living in New York. He appreciated them for the warm welcome he received there and appreciated them for their efforts for the development of Saint Lucia they doing from overseas.
As per the images shared by PM J. Pierre on his official Facebook page, the youth welcomed him with a three-decor cake with a portrait of himself printed on it.
The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia thanked everyone for the warm welcome and hospitality he received from the Saint Lucians living in New York.
He mentioned that it was such a pleasure engaging Saint Lucian diaspora. He said, ”I felt the love and care that you have for your country through your questions and desire to contribute positively to its development”.
“Thank you for your unwavering commitment to our homeland and your support to this administration”. PM Philip J Pierre emphasized that the diaspora asked several questions related to the development of Saint Lucia.
He was delighted by recognizing the love Saint Lucians have for their country despite living so far from it and providing continuous support for the homeland.
The diaspora of country had a significant influence on the country’s economy. They attract foreign investments, trade opportunities and transfer knowledge. PM Philip J. Pierre appreciated the Saint Lucian Diaspora for doing a significant job for the country’s economic development.
He remarked that we must continue to serve the people of Saint Lucia so they can give a bright future to the upcoming generation.
While ending the meeting, PM J. Pierre gave special thanks to Consul General Jeremiah Hyacinth and his team for curating such a memorable event.