Roseau, Dominica: Baroness Patricia Scotland QC- sixth and first lady Secretary-General of the Commonwealth who is currently on an official visit to the various Caribbean countries, now recently conducting a meeting with leaders of the Commonwealth of Dominica.
On Friday, May 27, 2022, Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland will lead a three-person delegation on a visit to Dominica this week.
The statement of the government of Dominica reads, “Baroness Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, leads a three-person delegation on a visit to Dominica this week.”
Baroness Scotland also conducted a meeting with the President of Dominica, Charles Savarin, on May 26, 2022.
“Baroness Scotland paid a courtesy call on the President of Dominica, His Excellency Charles Savarin, on May 26, 2022,” the government added.
Patricia Scotland also conducted a meeting with the Prime Minister of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, as he extended a warm welcome to the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth.
While expressing pleasure, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit noted, “I was delighted to welcome the Rt. Hon Patricia Scotland QC, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, to Dominica today.”
Patricia Scotland visited various Caribbean countries to promote herself as the right and most deserving candidate for the position of the Secretary General of the Commonwealth.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit applauded Patricia Scotland and stated that she had every trait of great leadership as she had a great vision and agenda for the upliftment of the Commonwealth.
He said, “Baroness Scotland has Dominica’s full backing for retaining her post of Secretary General of the Commonwealth to continue her work of identifying solutions to the most pressing issues facing member states.”
Elections to fill the post will be held during the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, in June.
Patricia Scotland also expressed pleasure in conducting a meeting with Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit and added, “Such a joy to be home! My discussions with Prime Minister of #Dominica were wide-ranging & fruitful.”