St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): St Kitts and Nevis is trying to understand the LIAT situation and the best way for the region to move forward, now that there are moves by the shareholder governments to liquidate the company.
Prime Minister Timothy Harris was at his press conference Friday asked for his country’s view on LIAT’s very significant current problems.
“It seems it’s at a crossroads now and we are not clear of what the program will be with respect to LIAT because now emerging from Monday are different policy preferences being put forward by different leaders of member states in CARICOM. It seems to me and based on the report I had from our attendees at that meeting on Monday, there is no clear consensus that has emerged with respect to LIAT’s liquidation or LIAT’s future.”
Antigua’s Gaston Browne, St Vincent’s Ralph Gonsalves, and Barbados’ Mia Mottley who represent three of the shareholders of LIAT have been expressing their positions on the LIAT situation.