Prime Minister Andrew Holness Departs for Trinidad and Tobago to Attend Regional Security Conference

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is leaving Jamaica today (April 16) to attend the inaugural regional security conference in Trinidad and Tobago.

The conference is focused on addressing the issue of transnational criminal activities in the Caribbean.

The theme for the two-day summit is ‘The crime challenge: “none of us is safe until all of us are safe.”‘

The prime minister has emphasised the need for regional leaders to collaborate and treat crime as a public health emergency.


He has also stressed the importance of sharing information and best practices to tackle the issue of organised crime in the region.

The conference will be hosted by the government of Trinidad and Tobago in the capital Port of Spain from April 17 to 18.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Security Dr Horace Chang will be in charge of the government until the prime minister’s return on April 19.

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