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Trinidad and Tobago & Jamaica discuss recent deportation issues

Trinidad and Tobago & Jamaica discuss recent deportation issues

Jamaica's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator, Kamina Johnson Smith

Jamaica’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator, Kamina Johnson Smith

Political and diplomatic discussions are taking place between officials from this country and Jamaica following migration concerns.

Confirmation of this comes from Jamaica High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago, David Prendergast.

Last month, twelve Jamaicans were denied entry at the Piarco International Airport in Trinidad after arriving on two separate flights on March 21st.

The Jamaicans accused local immigration officials of treating them badly.

However, this allegation has been denied by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Caricom Affairs.

Speaking with the media Mr. Prendergast explained that diplomatic talks on the matter have commenced.

Jamaican High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago, David Prendergast

Recently Jamaica’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator Kamina Johnson Smith commented on the development at a media conference.

Recently Jamaica’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator, Kamina Johnson Smith

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    Jamaicans feel that they can do as they like in other people’s country and they must take it.
    They are wrong as New Zealand just proved, and hopefully, Cameron (UK) will build a jail in Jamaica and return all the incarcerated one’s in the UK