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Posted: Saturday, January 22, 2022. 5:24 pm CST.

By Aaron Humes: The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has expressed ‘heartfelt sorrow’ at the tragic loss of life and property from the recent tsunami in Tonga.

CARICOM Secretary-General Dr. Carla Barnett shared the Community’s concern in a message of condolence to the Prime Minister of Tonga, Siaosi Sovaleni, pointing out the effects of such disasters tied to climate change.

“The Community stands in solidarity with Tonga, as this event is yet another example of the vulnerability of Small Island and low-lying Coastal Developing States (SIDS) like those of the Caribbean Community to natural disasters,” she wrote.

Dr. Barnett added, “CARICOM wishes a full and speedy recovery to the injured and empathizes with Tonga as it confronts the challenges of building back better.”

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