Caribbean Report 06-06-1991



Unrelated clip at the beginning of the report.

Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:56)
2. Barbados’ rejection of the Multilateral Air Service Agreement with Britain is supported by the former Prime Minister and Minister of Aviation, Bernard St. John. Mr. St. John states that Britain should not retain the right to raise fares on British Airways routes without the approval of the Caricom countries (00:57-05:30)
3. The West Indies cricket team enjoyed a successful first day in the first test against England with the English battering at 174 for 7 wickets. Lance Gibbs comments on the condition of the field and the fitness of Gordon Greenidge (05:31-08:43)
4. During a visit to London, Anguilla’s Parliamentary Secretary for Education and Environmental Matters, David Carty, comments on the status of Anguilla as a British dependency (08:44-11:49)
5. Anthony Brian, Director of the Institute of International Relations at UWI, predicts a softening of the US attitude towards Cuba and a pending new US position on Cuba (11:50-15:15)