Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was at the Carenage Boys Gov't School reading for the students this morning.
Today is World Read Aloud Day.
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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and the CARICOM team in New York are this morning meeting with the President of the United Nations María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés.
The Office of the Prime Minister says this is the first of several meetings carded for today.
The meeting follows their talks with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday when they put forward CARICOM's position on Venezuela.
CARICOM is seeking mediation and has taken a position of non-intervention and non-interference in Venezuela.
It was deemed 'Conversations with the Prime Minister' but there was only one problem - the prime minister was not there.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was unable to attend today's event held in Palo Seco, due to an emergency meeting of CARICOM government leaders on the current crisis in Venezuela.
Instead, the conversation with residents was chaired by Minister of Energy and Energy Industries, Franklin Khan.
Dozens of Palo Seco and Santa Flora residents stormed out the event after it was announced that Dr Keith Rowley would not be attending.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley will host another edition of 'Conversations with the Prime Minister' tomorrow at the Palo Seco Government Primary School.
The Office of the Prime Minister says the objective of this forum is "to engage the national community as the government continues to work with citizens towards a brighter future".
The last Conversations with the PM was two weeks ago at the Exodus Pan Theatre in St Augustine.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has publicly apologised to businessman Robert Amar for making an error on the involvement of former finance minister Wendell Mottley in the Sandals project plan.
The PM has also humbly apologised for not seeking to clarify the issue when it was raised by Amar during Rowley’s conversation with media personnel last Thursday at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann's.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has been invited to visit Cuba, the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) said Tuesday.
The OPM said in a statement President of Cuba Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez has extended an invitation to the prime minister for an official visit to Cuba at a mutually convenient date.
President Diaz-Canel used the invitation as an opportunity to convey a desire to continue strengthening the historic bonds of friendship and cooperation between the two nations, the OPM said.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has met with a high-level team from CIC Capital Corporation (CIC) and China ZhenHua Oil Company.
CIC is the largest Sovereign Wealth Fund in the People’s Republic of China with over US$1 trillion in assets and investments under its management.
CIC is a 10 percent shareholder in Train 1 of Atlantic LNG and is considered an important strategic partner.
What’s the word, Prime Minister?
That’s the question several senior legal practitioners are asking following a lack of response so far from Prime Minister Keith Rowley on the Law Association’s (LATT) report concerning allegations against Chief Justice Ivor Archie.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert says prime minister Dr Keith Rowley had a right to give background information on the economy during his two-part address to the nation earlier this week.
The prime minister was criticised for spending too much time talking about previous years as opposed to the government's plans for the country going forward.
Speaking on the Morning Brew, Minister Imbert says the last three years have been difficult.
However, he was asked whether the prime minister's address was the launch of the PNM's election campaign.