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This country’s Prime Minister confident of positive outcome from bilateral talks with his Jamaica counterpart.

This country’s Prime Minister confident of positive outcome from bilateral talks with his Jamaica counterpart.

Jamaica Prime Minister, Andrew Holness (Left) greets T&T Prime MInister Dr. Keith Rowley (Right)

Jamaica Prime Minister, Andrew Holness (Left) greets T&T Prime MInister Dr. Keith Rowley (Right)

There is a level of optimism coming from Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, that differences between Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica can be resolved.

The People’s National Movement Political Leader expressed the confidence at a media briefing in Jamaica today to mark the start of bilateral talks.

Dr Rowley said with determination and will diplomatic ties between the two regional economic leaders can be deepened.

He maintained that there are also opportunities which can  be explored in areas such as movement of nationals, trade, business, security and air and sea transportation.

Meanwhile, Jamaica Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, described the visit as an ideal forum to improve on already well-established areas.

Mr Holness said he hoping that discussions and interactions over the next few days will be productive and lead to increased cooperation, improved trade relations, sharing of information and best practices for capacity building among institutions.

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    The mighty Trinifeak 2 years

    Jamaica and Trinidad alike are leaders in crime.Of course it would have been nice that these two countries respect each others as equals.The most important task would have been a program where criminals of T&T serve their sentence in Jamaica whilst Jamaicans serve their sentence in T&T. Such a program would help that inmates do not consider prison a holiday camp where relatives can visit them every day.