Ghana willing to help with migrant crisis

Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley has ad­mit­ted that Venezuela’s on­go­ing eco­nom­ic and po­lit­i­cal tur­moil has been im­pact­ing T&T and the wider re­gion.

Row­ley made the com­ment at a press con­fer­ence yes­ter­day at the Diplo­mat­ic Cen­tre, St Ann’s, in the pres­ence of Ghana Pres­i­dent Nana Ad­do Dankwa Aku­fo-Ad­do who vis­it­ed our coun­try with a del­e­ga­tion on Wednes­day night and left on Thurs­day night.

PM wraps up Ghana trip

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has wrapped up his final day in Ghana.

The Office of the Prime Minister issued this statement and accompanying photos today:

"Wednesday 11th May, 2016 marked the final day of the Ghana leg of the Prime Minister's official overseas trip.

T&T, Ghana sign MOU on commercially viable natural gas projects

The Trinidad and Tobago delegation, led by Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Keith Rowley, continued with their hectic schedule in Ghana today (Monday 9th May 2016), a statement from the Office of the Prime Minister says.

The following is from the Office of the Prime Minister:

"The day began with Prime Minister Rowley paying an official visit to His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, President of Ghana, at Flagstaff House, Kanda, Accra. Dr Rowley's reception from President Mahama commenced with an inspection of the Guard of Honour and a twenty-one gun salute.

PM arrives in Ghana

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, has arrived in Accra, Ghana for a four-day state visit.

He was received by Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur at the VVIP lounge of the Kotoka International Airport.

Dr Keith Rowley is accompanied by officials of NGC and Petrotrin.

He will hold talks with President John Dramani Mahama today, following which the two leaders will hold a joint news conference.

He will also be the honoured guest of a state dinner.