The Office of the Prime Minister says Trinidad and Tobago was represented at two high-level meetings in London, one of which involved UK Prime MInister Theresa May.
The confirmation came via a statement by the Office of the Prime Minister on Wednesday.
However, it did not state whether the prime minister himself was involved in the meeting with May.
The following is the statement by the OPM.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley left for London yesterday and is expected to meet with representatives of the UK diaspora who are eager to discuss Britain’s impending deportation of thousands of West Indians who have not been naturalised in the UK.
The West Indians, including T&T nationals, known as the Windrush generation, went to Britain on the Empire Windrush cruise ship in 1948 to rebuild the UK after World War II on Britain’s invitation.
Police have named two of the London Bridge attackers, who drove a van into pedestrians and stabbed bystanders before being shot dead by police.Their names were given as Khuram Butt and Rachid Redouane.
They said Butt, who was 27, was a Pakistan-born British national known to MI5.
Redouane, a 30-year-old who police said was claimed to be of Moroccan and Libyan descent, was not known to British authorities however.
They said he also went by the identity Rachid Elkhdar.
Police said there was no evidence the attack had been planned.
The Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs says it has been liaising with the High Commission for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in London to ensure that all nationals of Trinidad and Tobago who are in London are safe and aware of the measures implemented by the Government of the United Kingdom in response to the incident which took place earlier today resulting in death and injury.
Four people were killed in what authorities have labelled a terrorist attack outside the Westminster Palace that houses the British Parliament.
The attacker was among those killed.
Police are desperately trying to trace a Good Samaritan who leaped onto the train tracks at Tottenham Court Road Underground station in London on Tuesday, to save a man who was taken ill and fell off the platform.
The 47-year-old man was standing on a northbound Northern Line platform when he suddenly became unwell and fell onto the live tracks.
Pictures show the bystander jumping onto the rails and pulling him safely back onto the platform during the incident which occurred just before 5pm.
A London court has jailed two men for their part in a “professional and sophisticated” enterprise that saw motorbikes stolen to order and shipped to the Caribbean.
Ellis Thomas, 33, of Charnwood Gardens, Isle of Dogs and Mario White, 47, of Severn Way, Harlesden were caught following an investigation by City of London Police.
Thomas, the kingpin of the operation, was sentenced to six years and four years for two counts of conspiracy, to be served concurrently.
A Trinidad and Tobago police officer who managed London’s historic Billingsgate Fish Market, has been jailed for two years and eight months for stealing £95,000 (approx TT$950,000) from traders’ rent to feed his gambling addiction.
Roshan Persad, 48, stole the money from the market’s landlord over an 18-month period.
The court heard that he tried to shuffle funds around the market’s accounts to hide the missing sums, logging thousands of pounds of credit notes from traders to make it seem as though they were in arrears.