In making a toast at the reception to celebrate the 54th Anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago at the Jamaica Pegasus on August 31, Minister Grange said, “Since the establishment of diplomatic relations fifty-three years ago, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago have shared warm and friendly relations which have their roots in our common political, social and cultural history. We have maintained resident Diplomatic Missions in our respective capitals and have made consistent strides in deepening our relations over the years,”
According to Minister Grange, the recent Official Visit to Jamaica by Prime Minister Rowley, and the plans for a similar visit to be made by Prime Minister Holness to Trinidad, “reflect well the commitment of both countries to strengthening bilateral cooperation in various areas of shared interest including immigration and consular affairs, tourism, security, trade and investment, as well as cultural cooperation.”
The Minister explained that Jamaica remains committed to working with Trinidad and Tobago within the various regional and international fora for the greater good of citizens of both countries.
Minister Grange said, “Let us raise our glasses in a toast to the Government and People of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. We wish for you sustained growth and prosperity in the years ahead.”
The Minister used the opportunity to wish His Excellency, Fitzgerald Jeffrey, High Commissioner of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, a successful tour of duty and also congratulated the staff at the High Commission of Trinidad and Tobago in Kingston for their role in strengthening bilateral relations.
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