Public Affairs and Strategic Communications Subject Matter Expert Exchange

Communications professionals from the Trinidad and Tobago government successfully completed a four-day Public Affairs and Strategic Communications workshop with U.S. SOUTHERN COMMAND, through the U.S. Embassy, March 5-8.
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Embassy spends the day at work in the Borough of Arima

Arima, Novmeber, 2017:  The U.S. Embassy set up its offices in Arima for one day on Novmeber 14, in an effort to seek new opportunities to engage with the eastern community.  Offices were based at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Arima from 8 a.m. to 4:o0 p.m. An initiative of Chargé d’Affaires John W. McIntyre ...
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U.S. Medical Mission in Sangre Grande

The weekend September 1-3, a U.S. Medical Mission led by Trini/American Dr. Reynold S. Agard, was in Trinidad to offer free medical services in the Sangre Grande community. The health care clinic, which was based at the Sangre Grande Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church was comprised of 120 physicians, nurses and other health professionals from ...
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Consular outreach with National Muslim Women’s Organization of Trinidad and Tobago

As a part of the Embassy’s Speaker Program, Consular Officer Sara Elsayed met with the National Muslim Women’s Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago (NMWOTT).  Ms. Elsayed spoke about her experience coming from a Muslim background and growing up in the U.S.  The group shared stories about issues facing Muslim women and the work that NMWOTT is doing in the local community.
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Readout of the President’s Call with Prime Minister Keith Rowley of Trinidad and Tobago

President Donald J. Trump spoke today with Prime Minister Keith Rowley of Trinidad and Tobago to facilitate cooperation on shared priorities. The two leaders reaffirmed the strong security partnership and agreed to continue close coordination in the fight against terrorism and transnational organized crime. President Trump invited Prime Minster Rowley to visit Washington, D.C., in ...
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Happy Independence Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago celebrated its 54th Anniversary of Independence on August 31. Ambassador John L. Estrada attended the military parade at the Queen’s Park Savannah and the President’s Toast to the nation at Queen’s Hall, offering Happy Independence to the Government and people.
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MLO honours Ambassador Phillips-Spencer

Ambassador retired Brigadier General Anthony Phillips-Spencer was recognized in a small ceremony by members of the United States Military Liaison Office, US Embassy. Colonel Claudia Carrizales, Chief Military Liaison Officer thanked the Ambassador for his leadership and contributions in support of mutual US -TT objectives. Ambassador Phillips-Spencer served as the Vice Chief of Defense Staff, Trinidad and ...
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