Government Proposing 15-year Development Plan

Monday, June 9, 2014 11:40 AM- George's, Grenada
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ST.GEORGE’S, GRENADA, June 09, 2014 – GIS: Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell ended a North American visit by announcing a proposal for the adoption of a 15-year “National Development Plan’’.

Dr Mitchell said technical assistance with the proposed plan is being received from a “friendly government’’.

“The plan has to be agreed to by the nation as a whole,’’ said the prime minister, who visited Montreal and Toronto last weekend before returning to Grenada.

Dr Mitchell headed a delegation that also visited New York. He was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Legal Affairs, Elvin Nimrod; Minister of Health Clarice Modeste-Curwen; and advisor Peter David, former Grenada Foreign Minister.

The 15-year development plan, Prime Minister Mitchell told Grenadians in Toronto and Montreal, “is the way to go; so that when government changes, the prospective development plan of the country should not change dramatically, as we have had over the years in the past.’’








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