Rowley

Trinidad and Tobago’s opposition leader wants his country’s government to help avoid an economic collapse in Grenada.

Dr Keith Rowley has made a call for action from his government against the backdrop of Grenada’s indebtedness to Taiwan; an issue that recently threatened the closure of Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA) in St George’s.

The opposition People’s National Movement (PNM) leader told reporters in Port of Spain that Trinidad and Tobago cannot turn a blind eye and allow the economy of Grenada to collapse.

“We have an interest in ensuring the Grenadian economy is not derailed by that dispute,” he said.

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