Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is hoping that the cultural ties that this nation shares with India will facilitate a deeper understanding and collaboration at the global level.
The remark forms part of his greetings to the nation on the occasion of Indian Arrival Day.
"On behalf of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and my family, I wish to extend sincere greetings to the national community on the occasion of Indian Arrival Day.
The histories of all nations contain significant junctures which point to a reshaping and a transformation of society.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley along with members of his delegation journeyed to Tasmania today to continue his working visit to Australia, the Office of the Prime Minister said.
The delegation met with directors and executive officers of International Catamarans (INCAT), an Australian shipbuilding company.
They also received a tour of the shipyard and viewed first-hand, a vessel currently under construction at the facility.
Having completed his official visit to the People's Republic of China, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley arrived in Perth Australia on Sunday 20th May, 2018 to commence his working visit to that country, the Office of the Prime Minister said in a statement Monday.
The delegation that traveled on to Australia with Prime Minister Rowley included Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, Senator Dennis Moses and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister and Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General Stuart Young.
The Trinidad and Tobago delegation in China, led by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, left Shanghai today and traveled to the city of Shenzhen in the Guangdong Province, as the official visit to China continues.
Shenzhen is located in southeast China and links mainland China to Hong Kong. The city's economy is firmly rooted in the high tech industry and is a buzzing metropolis.
Prime Minister Rowley and his delegation were officially received by Chen Rugui, Mayor of Shenzhen, and other Shenzhen Municipal People's Government representatives at the Wuzhou Guest House.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley today met with a group of young Chinese businessmen as he continued his official visit to the People's Republic of China today in Shanghai.
The Office of the Prime Minister said the businessmen represented a wide array of business ventures including investment financing, real estate development, artificial intelligence and manufacturing robotics, ICT and tours and travel.
Dr Rowley thanked the businessmen for their interest in investing directly in Trinidad and Tobago and encouraged them to explore the opportunities available.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and his delegation today visited the China Communications Construction Company in Beijing and discussed a possible partnership in the construction of the La Brea Drydock and possibilities for foreign direct investment in Trinidad and Tobago.
This is the second day of the Prime Minister's six-day official visit to China.
The Office of the Prime Minister said that during the afternoon period, the prime minister returned to the Great Hall of the People to meet with Xi Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China.
The visa process for travel between China and Trinidad and Tobago is expected to get easier, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said after a meeting with the island nation's prime minister.
This is according to a report carried by the China Global Television Network (CGTN) today.
Trinidad and Tobago's Prime Minister Keith Rowley is in China for a six-day official visit.
The two countries are expected to discuss topics including education, culture, sports, and tourism.
The Trinidad and Tobago delegation led by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley arrived in Beijing China today around 4:30 am local time after a two-hour layover in New York followed by a 14-hour flight from JFK International to the Beijing Capital International Airport.
The Office of the Prime Minister says Prime Minister Rowley then went on to lay a wreath at the Monument to the People's Heroes in commemoration of those who lost their lives during the establishment of the Communist State.
If the Galleon’s Passage ferry has only suffered a faulty water pump problem after travelling 6,000 miles across the Pacific, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says he’d be particularly happy if that’s the ferry’s only problem.
Rowley made the comment yesterday in Parliament, in reply to Opposition queries on issues the vessel is experiencing.