Addressing the 76th session of the UN General Assembly today, Grenada’s Foreign Minister, Oliver Joseph, noted that COVID-19 has reaped havoc on the country’s economy.
Joseph explained that there’s also a socio-economic fallout, particularly among vulnerable groups.
In pointing out figures pre-COVID to date, Joseph expressed hope for a turn-a-round, but recovery, according to him, is at a slower rate than expected.
Joseph went on to say that Grenada and other CARICOM Member States reaffirm their commitment to tackling the climate change phenomenon, which poses a risk to the country’s agriculture.
In addressing the issue of racism, Mr. Joseph outlined Grenada’s stance on the issue.
Grenada’s Foreign Minister, Oliver Joseph, as he addressed the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
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