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 Women’s League of the People’s National Movement (PNM) says it has taken note of the press release issued by Hazel Manning, former Cabinet Minister and wife of the late Prime Minister Patrick Manning.
The league says that both Hazel and Mr Manning remain dear to the heart of the Women’s League, having both contributed immensely to its growth and development over the years.
The war of words between Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley transcended the walls of Parliament yesterday as he described Rowley as a harmless 70-year-old man with some illnesses.
Moonilal said he was not afraid of Rowley and considered confronting him to find out what were the PM’s grievances with him. However, he threatened that should Rowley direct another violent outburst at him, he may report it to the police.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley challenged Opposition MP Dr Roodal Moonilal to "meet him outside on the pavement" during today's sitting of the Parliament, after he clearly heard wrongly, what Dr Moonilal had asked him.
Dr Moonilal was one of many Opposition members asking questions about state funding of the recovery of Communications Minister Maxie Cuffie, during a sitting of the Lower House.
Dr Moonilal asked: "Could the prime minister indicate whether it's the intention of the party he leads to help Minister Cuffie rather than the taxpayers?"