The Government of Spain port has coordinated a comprehensive device security in conjunction with troops of other neighbouring countries of the community of the Caribbean like the Bahamas, Jamaica, Barbados, Belize, Guyana and Suriname.The device includes in addition to the restriction of traffic, monitoring in hazardous areas, cameras from the Piarco international airport to the venue of the Summit, a red security zone around the area and restricted access to strictly accredited personnel. As already noted, the most striking point of this international event will be the participation of the President of the United States, Barack Obama, who will have his first great contact with the entire region, which expects his Government to pass the page of turbulent relations that marked the administration of George w. Bush in this appointment. There are many expectations of what will be the position, the actions of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who already attended the last two continental meetings and never has this in accordance with their results, already on opinions given at the recently concluded Summit held recently in Cumana, Venezuela, Alba points out that this is probably the last Summit that no benefit at all to the countries of this continent. We are reminded, in the of Mar del Plata, almost four years ago, they were also the Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his counterparts from Colombia, alvaro Uribe; El Salvador, Elias Antonio Saca; Guyana, Bharrat Jagdeo; Dominican Republic, Leonel Fernandez; Suriname, Ronald Venetiaan, and Uruguay, Tabare Vazquez. For Saca port Spain Summit will be one of the last international commitments, since it will deliver the next Presidenciael 1 June to the President-elect of El Salvador, Mauricio Funes, who also will be in Trinidad and Tobago. Indicates, that repeated several rulers of the islands of the Caribbean, including the current host, the first Trinidadian Minister, Patrick Manning. It notes, however, which America Continental, the encounter will be a novelty for the Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, and the Presidents of Mexico, Felipe Calderon; Guatemala, Alvaro Colom; Honduras, Manuel Zelaya; Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, and Costa Rica, Oscar Arias.