Dominica expresses support for a successful Summit between the Presidents of the United States and North Korea

Baron recently had talks with the South Korean Ambassador to Dominica

The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica has taken the opportunity of the credentialing of His Excellency Kim Byung-yun as the Republic of Korea’s Ambassador to Dominica to signal its strong support for the on-going peace process on the Korean Peninsular and for the planned Summit between the Presidents of the United States of America and of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

During talks with the Ambassador who had earlier presented his credentials to President Charles Angelo Savarin, Minister for Foreign and CARICOM Affairs Hon. Francine Baron noted that though Dominica was far from the Korean peninsula, the peaceful resolution of the Korean conflict was in the interest of the Republic of Korea – a strong partner of Dominica – as well as the entire international community.

Minister Baron expressed the hope that the upcoming summit between the Presidents of the United States of America and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, would accelerate the peace process and result in the eventual denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and ultimately in the formal  cessation of the Korean war.

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  1. Neville
    May 21, 2018

    Baron, you are part of one of the most corrupt regimes on earth and you still deem it necessary to get involved in other countries legitimate business. Give us a break and stop talking nonsense.

  2. May 20, 2018

    Francine and her cohorts have no clue that black issues mean nothing to the superpowers !
    The Caribbean opinions are of no consequence to the rest of the world !!

  3. we are watching you
    May 19, 2018

    Baron, instead of worrying about the United States and North Korea you should do something to get the Dominican parrots back from Germany and launch an investigation as to the real reason they were taken.

  4. Yahoudim
    May 19, 2018

    It’s always easy to know the opposers here, just to let all the other Dominicans know that Dominica would be in the dark ages if the UWP were in power, no one would know that we exist lol.

    • meka
      May 21, 2018

      What a stupid comment

    • Neville
      May 21, 2018

      Of course Dominica is well known nowadays all over the globe… unfortunately only for the wrong reasons. A very sad story but you Mr. Fool seems to be right in it!

  5. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    May 18, 2018

    Look how stupid is Francine Baron!

     “Presidents of the United States of America and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, ”

    Is North Korea a democracy?

    Donald Trump intentions are to go  to dialogue with Kim Jong Un a dictator; a man who murdered his fathers brother, his uncle in order to consolidate his power. This Dominica woman does not know what  she is talking about, but rather than shut her mouth and get the facts she is braying about what she does not know nor understand. 

    The talks are not between the president of South Korea, and Trump, it is north Korea where a dictator rules, that is not democracy! 

    The dialogue revolves around North Korea nuclear weapons which Kim has recently developed, capable of reaching the main land of the United States!

    North Korea is not a democracy!

    Democracy’s are not ruled by dictators, they rule by decree, as in North Korea! 

    • Ibo France
      May 21, 2018

      You are spot on Francisco. North Korea is presently the world’s most notorious, despotic and tyrannical dictatorship. These Ministers of Government, almost on every occasion they open their mouths, foolishness or misinformation emanates. It’s little wonder that Skerrit runs rough shod over them. They knowingly and unknowingly embarrass themselves and besmirch the country.

  6. Jeff
    May 18, 2018

    But wait.. What does that have to do with us na? Burning issues Francine ..let’s mind Dominica business man…

  7. May 18, 2018

    Clean your yard, before you in somebody else yard :-D :-D

  8. we are watching you
    May 18, 2018

    There will never be a formal peace treaty as long as war monger John Bolton is NSA, he will sabotage any effort by getting on FOX and CNN news and making stupid statements. People already do not trust war monger John Bolton the chief advocate of the Iraq and Libya war. He believes that the way to solve every international problem is to drop bombs on it. There is no hope with him in the White House. He has wanted to bomb NK for a very long time regardless of the consequences of millions of people dying in a nuclear war.

  9. Muth
    May 18, 2018

    Difference is u stood for something

  10. jihan
    May 18, 2018

    Oh please who cares,this will not happen,North Korea is no fool.

  11. UKDominican
    May 18, 2018

    On 30 March this year the UN Security Council banned the Dominica registered tanker Yuk Tung from entering any ports worldwide because of sanctions breaking with N.Korea. This makes this vessel uninsurable and virtually worthless to its owners, except for scrap value.

  12. Jean marie royer
    May 18, 2018

    Great bews for us and them

  13. Tetrahydrocanabinol
    May 18, 2018

    What difference will it make if you support the peace process or not?

    • Anonymous
      May 18, 2018

      Amen! Meanwhile the BBCreported live this week eith on the spot video that more than5,000 Venezuelan citizens are fleeing their country every day for Brazil because of the dire economic situation and lack of health care in their country. What are we, the government doing to assist those poor people In Venezuela Ms, Baron. That country is supposed to be ou role model and has helped us so much in the past. I know we have not go much but at least we can pay on time for the fuel we receive from them.

      • Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
        May 18, 2018

        Francine, why don’t you shut up, and try and mind Dominica business, nobody in America is concern about Dominica, especially since it fell into people like you and Roosevelt hands!

        America is in a position to repair all the damages caused by both Erika, and Maria; how much in dollars and cents have you received from the United States?

        they are not giving enough to do anything significant, and there is a reason for that, at one time after Erika they gave a hundred thousand dollars, while a black entertainer gave $US65,000,000.00 to Jamaica government.

        Shouldn’t that tell people like you something?

        You are forcing your head into where it does not belong, who the hell do you think in Trumps administration, or Donald Trump cares about your opinions, and what will transpire during the summit, which might not even come to fruition. You are running your mouth as if you are involved, and know what is going on!

        You had better listen and get informed, and stop talking fart!

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