The United Nations Secretary General António Guterres and a delegation will be among 400 diplomats and Heads of State at the 2024 CELAC conference in St Vincent and the Grenadines.
The Community of Latin America and the Caribbean (CELAC) summit will take place at the Sandals Resort in Buccament on March 1, 2024.
Among matters to be discussed are food security, peace, climate change, and healthcare.
St Vincent and the Grenadines will also hand over leadership of the Pro Tempore Presidency to incoming President, Honduras.
Meanwhile Sandals Regional Project Manager Terrence Des Vignes has given the assurance that the resort would meet its deadline and be ready for the CELAC summit in March.
Speaking with the API during an official tour of the project, Devene said the US$220 million project is on stream. The Resort boasts 301 rooms, 200 suites, 91 villas, 10 over water villas, 10 restaurants, 5 bars, a nurses station and a barbershop.
The total room capacity is 602 guests. At full capacity, the resort could have up to four thousand guests (API).