The continued expansion of Tobago’s agricultural sector is one of the issues discussed during Monday’s meeting between Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly, Farley Augustine.
The Office of the Prime Minister said the meeting told place at Blenheim House the official residence of the Prime Minister, Tobago.
In a media release the OPM said other matters discussed was the growth of the tourism product, digital transformation, national security, land title and adjudication issues, direct foreign investment in property, public administration, sport and youth development.
The OPM said Monday’s interaction allowed officers from Central Government and the THA to familiarize themselves with priorities and programmes in such a way as to permit continuity and accelerated local and national development.
It said the meeting lasted four hours and participants agreed to maintain functional communication between Secretaries and Ministers.
Today Prime Minister Rowley is scheduled to meet with Minority Leader of the Tobago House of Assembly, Assemblyman Kelvon Morris and Tobago House of Assembly Councillor, Petal Daniel Benoit at Blenheim House.