REPRESENTATIVES of all major countries have been engaging countries of Caricom in discussions, but Trinidad and Tobago remains the odd-man-out.
The latest example is the visit to Guyana by India’s powerful Minister of External Affairs Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, who offered a bounty of economic initiatives.
India, which is set to become a fully developed country within the next few years, is offering to collaborate on industrial development, digital progress, healthcare, energy, small business, agriculture, and much more.
All major countries have been engaging countries of Caricom in discussions, but Trinidad and Tobago remains the odd-man-out.
Guyana is involved in extensive bilateral undertakings, and there have been meetings in Delhi by top-level teams from the fellow Caricom territory.
Trinidad and Tobago, whose energy sector is in a slump and is faltering in every other industry, has not proactively engaged any of the major countries in discussions.
Leadership, PNM style!