KINGSTON, Jamaica - Minister of Foreign Affairs Senator AJ Nicholson and his Trinidadian counterpart Winston Dookeran will resume talks today on immigration issues sparked by an incident in which 13 Jamaicans were refused entry to the twin-island republic.
Minister Dookeran, who leaves the island later today, said Monday that his Government is interested in finding a solution to the current stand-off which involves calls for a boycott of Trinidadian-produced goods and a banning of imports from Trinidad and Tobago.
The two-day visit, which was arranged at the invitation of Senator Nicholson, continues with consultations between Dookeran, his delegation and a number of Jamaican stakeholders.
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