The leaders of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago say now they’ve had discussions about issues of concern.
Among them the treatment of Jamaican nationals who arrive at Piarco International Airport in Port of Spain and the trade imbalances between the two CARICOM neighbours.
They expect to see robust initiatives that will lead to increased co-operation, and the promotion of improved trade relations.
That was the assertion of Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness, who is hosting his Trinidadian counterpart, Dr. Keith Rowley, on an official four-day visit to the island.
He said their meeting has led to a deeper understanding of critical issues between the two countries.
This country’s Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, in turn, declared the meeting a productive one, noting that a foundation has been laid for further discussion and work in other areas.
Follow-up discussions will be held throughout the rest of his official visit.