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Melia’s Paradisus Cancun to Debut in December

 Above: the new Paradisus Cancun Resort By the Caribbean Journal staff The new Paradisus Cancun Resort in Mexico will be opening Dec. 1, Melia Hotels International announced, the latest addition to the plethora of Cancun hotels. The property, which is …

Belize Prime Minister Dean Barrow to Make Visits to Honduras, Mexico

 Above: Belize Prime Minister Dean Barrow By the Caribbean Journal staff Belize Prime Minister Dean Barrow’s agenda for the next week includes official visits to Honduras and Mexico. Barrow departs Wednesday for an official visit to Honduras, at the invitation …

Caribbean/Mexico Pipeline Has 125 Hotels, 19,381 Rooms in Development

 Above: the view from the under-construction Best Western in Haiti (Photo: MT Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean/Mexico hotel development pipeline is continuing its growth, with a total of 125 hotels and 19,381 rooms in development as of …

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 Above: the Princess Hotel in Belompan, Belize By the Caribbean Journal staff The governments of Belize and Mexico met for a two-day summit in Belmopan this week. The seventh meeting of the Belize-Mexico Bi-National Commission, which was held at the …

 Above: Haiti Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin (far right) with Haiti’s Latin American and Caribbean partners By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin met this week with representatives of 12 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to …

 Above: Haiti Ambassador to Mexico Guy Lamothe and Mexican Secretary of Tourism Gloria Guevara Manzo (Photo: MTH) By the Caribbean Journal staff The governments of Haiti and Mexico have signed a Memorandum of Understanding focusing on the tourism sector. The …

 By David RoweOp-Ed Contributor The Obama administration is criticized for not having a distinct Caribbean policy, although that criticism may be too harsh. The administration, through the steady hand of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, has taken a strong anti-narcotics, …

 Above: Puerto Rico Governor Luis Fortuño at the hearing in Washington By the Caribbean Journal staff Puerto Rico Governor Luis Fortuño is calling on US President Barack Obama and federal law enforcement officials to establish a US Caribbean Border Initiative …

 Above: Jamaican Ambassador Paul Robotham and Haitian President Michel Martelly By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti President Michel Michel Martelly received the credentials of three new envoys to Haiti Tuesday, the latest in a series of new ambassadors to the …

 Above: Mexico and CARICOM begin talks in Barbados Monday (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell BRIDGETOWN — Haiti’s reconstruction efforts will receive support following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Mexico and the Caribbean Community. Mexico signed the MoU …

 Above: Guyana President Donald Ramotar and Mexican Ambassador Francisco Olguin By the Caribbean Journal staff Mexico’s new Ambassador to Guyana, Francisco Olguin, presented his letters of credence today as Mexico’s second-ever Ambassador to the country. The move came ahead of …

 Above: ECLAC’s headquarters in Santiago (Photo: ECLAC) By the Caribbean Journal staff The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean will host its 34th Session in San Salvador, El Salvador in August, following an agreement signed Tuesday. …

 Above: Martelly meeting with Venezuelan officials earlier this week (Photo: OP) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haitian President Michel Martelly left Haiti Wednesday for a visit to Miami, where he will undergo surgery on his right shoulder, the National Palace …

 Above: Barbados PM Freundel Stuart (UN Photo/Devra Berkowitz) By the Caribbean Journal staff Mexico and Barbados held talks this week aimed at strengthening the existing bilateral relations between the two countries. Mexican Ambassador Mario Eugenio Arriola Woog paid a courtesy …

 Above: Mexico City By the Caribbean Journal staff International cooperation is essential to fighting organized crime, according to Dominican Republic Attorney General Dr Radhames Jimenez Peña. Jimenez was speaking as a guest lecturer at the High-Level Hemispheric Meeting Against Transnational …

 Above: OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza (OAS Photo/Patricia Leiva) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Mexican government will convene a High-Level Hemispheric Meeting against Transnational Organized Crime beginning Thursday. The two-day meeting in Mexico City will address a range …

 Above: Curacao (Photo: Curacao Tourism) By the Caribbean Journal staff CARICOM’s Council of Ministers has agreed to establish a working group to look at issues pertaining to the organization’s associate members, and two territories, Curacao and Sint Maarten, have expressed …

 Above: President Donald Ramotar and outgoing Mexican Ambassador Fernando Sandoval (Photo: GINA) By the Caribbean Journal staff Mexico’s new Ambassador to Guyana, Francisco Olguin, is set to arrive in the country next week, according to President Donald Ramotar. Ramotar bid …