KINGSTON, June 4, 2017 -Jamaica's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has denied allegations that Trinidadian Minister Ayanna Webster-Roy was searched by Jamaican authorities at the Nortman Manley Airport on her way to Miami, Florida.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Apr. 20, CMC – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade says there has been an 82 per cent reduction in the number of cases of Jamaicans being refused entry into Trinidad and Tobago.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan 13, CMC – Jamaica is reporting a significant decline in the number of its nationals who have been denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago for the period March to December last year.
WASHINGTON, DC, September 22, 2016 -Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Kamina Johnson-Smith says she will be taking steps to reach out and engage Jamaican youths within the Diaspora.
Washington DC, September 19, 2016 - Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith says the government is firmly committed to using all available sources to tackle the high level of crime and violence affecting the nation. “The government remains firmly committed to addressing the scourge which threatens to derail our best laid plans for our people,” the Minister said.
WASHINGTON DC, September 18, 2016- Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Kamina Johnson-Smith says, “Given the severity of the challenge of de-risking by international banks, the Government has accorded the highest priority to this matter.”
KINGSTON, JULY 29, 2016- Foreign Affairs Minister Senator Kamina Johnson Smith is reminding Jamaicans to register with the country's Embassies, High Commissions and Consulates when travelling overseas.