St Lucia govt collaborates with EU for Venus- Anse La Raye Link Road project

While informing about the partnerships, PM Pierre, through his Facebook, cited that the European Union has partnered with St Lucia for some major infrastructure projects and, most recently, the Venus - Anse La Raye Link Road.

St Lucia govt collaborates with EU for Venus- Anse La Raye Link Road project
St Lucia govt collaborates with EU for Venus- Anse La Raye Link Road project

Castries, St Lucia: The Government of St Lucia has collaborated with the European Union for some significant infrastructure projects, which includes the most recent initiative called the Venus- Anse La Raye Link Road on Tuesday, March 15, 2022. Prime Minister Philip J Pierre made this announcement and stated that the collaboration would help the country to make the various significant project successful. 

While informing about the partnerships, PM Pierre, through his Facebook, cited that the European Union has partnered with St Lucia for some major infrastructure projects and, most recently, the Venus – Anse La Raye Link Road.

Outlining the benefits of the project, PM Pierre noted that the project will not only provide relief for motorists but will also expand the opportunities for the community in housing, agriculture, tourism and business.

He stated that the project would help people travel on the roads to expand the opportunities for various communities. The community will also be benefited in terms of housing, agriculture, tourism and business. 

Moreover, the project will also help in making efforts for climate change. Prime Minister Pierre asserted that he is looking forward to the opening of this road which will meet the global standard. 

PM Pierre underscored, “I look forward to the opening of this road which I expect will be built at a global standard and to withstand some of the onslaughts of climate change”. 

One of the residents, named Gregor Henry, lauded PM Pierre for his efforts for St Lucia and affirmed, “I say BRAVO to you, Right HONORABLE Prime Minister, and your team members. More STRENGTH and COURAGE, GUIDANCE and PROTECTION always. In God we TRUST”. 

Earlier, PM Pierre also reopened the Interpretation Centre to fetch the attraction of tourism. It will also help the government to uplift the tourism sector and stated that the iconic status of pigeon island, its socio-economic benefit to the country, and most importantly, its role in defining St Lucia and its people.