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Trinidad and Tobago prime minister arrives in China
Published on February 25, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of China, Xie Hangsheng, address the media at the airport

BEIJING, China -- The prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, arrived at the Beijing International Airport at 10:30 am on Monday.

As she exited the aircraft, she was greeted by the vice minister of foreign affairs, Xie Hangsheng. Before departing the airport, Persad-Bissessar and Xie Hangsheng held an impromptu news briefing with members of the Trinidad and Tobago media who arrived in Beijing last Saturday.

On Monday, she was due to hold bilateral meetings at the State Guest House. The official programme begins on Tuesday.

Her first appointment will be at 10.40 am at a business forum hosted by InvesTT where she will address the gathering of local and Chinese businessmen.
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