Sir Edwin Carrington Receives Order of Caribbean Community

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 2, 2011

Above: Carrington receives the award in St Kitts (Photo: Trinidad Government Information Services, Ltd)

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Sir Edwin Carrington, former secretary-general of CARICOM and Trinidad’s current ambassador to the body, was conferred with the Order of the Caribbean Community at the Meeting of the Heads of Government. Carrington, the longest-serving secretary general in the history of CARICOM.

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