CARICOM Secretary-General Edwin Carrington Bade Farewell To COHSOD
CARICOM’s Secretary-General, Edwin Carrington said he believes the Council of Human and Social Development and CARICOM have made a difference in the advancement of the region’s integration.
The comment was made as the Secretary-General bade farewell to the Council of Human and Social Development at its 20th Meeting which opened on Monday.
CARICOM Human Development, Director, Myrna Bernard charged with the responsibility of delivering a citation applauded the Secretary-General for his dedication and positive attitude towards his work over the years.
The council also highlighted efforts of the Secretary-General in the regional integration process that led to the establishment of the Caribbean Court of Justice in 2005 and the CARICOM Single Market in 2006.
Edwin Carrington who is a Trinidad and Tobago national indicated that he will retire at the end of this year and has been one of CARICOM’s longest serving Secretaries-General.