CARICOM CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES CONDEMN EL PASO AND DAYTON MASS MURDERS WHILE PLEDGING SOLIDARITY

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[Caribbean News]
CARICOM on El Paso and Dayton shootings: "CARICOM condemns in the strongest terms these heinous attacks which have deeply shaken the affected communities. The Community extends its deepest sympathies to the relatives and friends of those who lost their lives and wishes a full and speedy recovery to the injured."
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Yesterday, the CARICOM organization (a representative body of Caribbean countries) now chaired by Prime Minister Timothy Harris, of St. Kitts & Nevis, above, released a statement condemning the recent mass murders in El Paso, Texas; and in Dayton, Ohio.

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is deeply shocked and saddened by the recent mass shootings that took place in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, in the United States, and which resulted in the loss of 31 lives.

CARICOM condemns in the strongest terms these heinous attacks which have deeply shaken the affected communities. The Community extends its deepest sympathies to the relatives and friends of those who lost their lives and wishes a full and speedy recovery to the injured.

The Community also extends its deepest condolences and stands in solidarity with the Government and People of the United States and of Mexico whose citizens were among the victims of these horrendous events.

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