Boosting diplomatic ties, security and exploring areas of cooperation are some of the areas that will be discussed by a delegation from this country led by Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley during an official state visit to Jamaica.
The delegation leaves Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday July 17th and will be Jamaica until Thursday July 21st.
Recently concerns were raised locally following a threat in Jamaica to boycott good and services from this country.
The threat was reportedly triggered by the decision of local immigration officials to deny several Jamaicans entry to this country.
However, Minister in the Ministry of Legal Affairs, Stuart Young, speaking with reporters this afternoon explained that critical matters will be addressed during the Jamaica visit.
Minister Young also revealed the composition of the local delegation scheduled to make the trip.