Update: AZP News Coverage of PM’s Press Conference

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PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley held a  press conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s on Monday. He spoke for just about 90 minutes and took questions from the media for half an hour.

See some of AZP News coverage of the conference below. Click on the links to see full details.


Atlantic Train 1 Still Idle

ATLANTIC LNG Train 1 is nowhere close to coming online.

This was stated by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

He was responding to a question from AZP News about reports from Reuters and the Express Newspapers that Trinidad and Tobago aimed to restart the LNG unit by the first quarter of 2027 after it restructures the facilities ownership and negotiates new gas supplies. Click here for full details…


Two New Aircraft for Air Guard

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says the government is in discussions with the US to get two new aircraft for the Air Guard. Click here for full story…


PNM Paid for Damen Vessels

Showing documents, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says that his Government paid for 12 Damen vessels and not the former UNC administration. He said these vessels were now in use by the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard. Click here for details…


Orange Riverine Alert… Ministry makes Preparations

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said he spoke with Minister of Rural Development and Local Government Faris Al-Rawi who assured that all preparations were in place for adverse effects and all the relevant authorities were at the job as flooding was reported especially in south Trinidad. This after half a month’s amount of rain fell in a 24-hour period. See full story here


Rowley Tells Lee why Gov’t Hires Attorney

The government sees no reason why attorney Richard Beckles should not be hired by the state. Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley did not call Beckles by name but said he represented the state in some key energy matters. Click here for details…

HSF Healthy says Imbert

The Trinidad and Tobago Heritage and Stabilisation Fund is in good shape. Minister of Finance said the net asset value of the HSF has increased by US$327 million over TT$2 billion in the last six months between January 2023 and June 2023. Full details here

Diego Martin Regional Complex is Done

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says he did not have to wear a hardhat when he opened the Diego Martin Regional Complex on Saturday. He described as “an unadulterated lie” the claims by Barataria/San Juan MP that it was a construction site. Click here for full story…

Farley to Blame for No Chief Administrator

The Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary is to be squarely blamed for no Chief Administrator on the island. Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said that after agreeing to a replacement for the retiring chief administrator, the executive of the THA made allegations against the nominee after an audit. Click here for full details…




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