St Lucia: The Government of Saint Lucia and OECS member states continue to monitor the ongoing volcanic movement happening at La Soufriere in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and have pledged to support the sister isle of activity intensifies.
On this, Prime Minister of St Lucia Allen Chastanet gives an official statement through his social media video message.
Prime Minister said that we are closely observing the volcanic activity happening at La Soufriere in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
He said that we are with our sister Islands and always gives all kind of necessary assistance.
PM said that he is also made some contacts with the hotel owners who have been not open his property yet.
He added that we are trying to give all kinds of medical assistance because authorities would also take air help.
PM notified that last week we had an emergency meeting of OECS members to discuss all kinds of possible assistance.
He notified that there is no immense tension in the current situation; authorities are regularly in touch with the experts.
PM Allen stated that we are also getting technical bits of help from the university’s West Indies and from the French authorities.
Dominica, Antigua, and all other Islands are giving a lot of support in these crises.
“Because of the ashes, we have also been impacted a lot by the air traffic, which directly affects our culture and health,” said PM Allen.
Prime Minister noted that we have contact touch with the authorities of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
“Peoples of St Lucia and all the members of CARICOM, OECS member is with St. Vincent and the Grenadines in this difficult situation,” said PM Allen .
“We are aware of the current going situation, and god is with us, “added PM.
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