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Guatemalan Minister of Foreign
Affairs Luis Fernando Carrera
Castro, along with a delegation
formalised several bilateral agree-
ments with T&T.
"This is a major departure for
us in building the relationship
between Trinidad and Tobago and
countries of Central America," said
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Win-
Several agreements were signed
on Tuesday morning in a brief cer-
emony at the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, International Waterfront
The Bilateral Investment Treaty
establishes "terms and conditions
for private investment by nationals
and companies" from both coun-
tries. The focus of the Cultural
Agreement is cultural exchanges
of art, cusine, music, literature and
other artforms, whereas the
Tourism Cooperation Agreement
is geared towards boosting both
tourism sectors and expansion of
travel between the two countries.
Another memorandum deals
with consultations between T&T
and Guatemala, allowing cooper-
ation "on issues of regional and
Dookeran, left, gets
set to sign a
Carrera Castro looks
on during the
ceremony at the
formalise bilateral ties
A Marabella man who stole more than $13,000
in jewelry and money to pay off a debt was jailed
for 12 months yesterday.
"I was owing someone and they threaten me,"
said Adrian Lancaster, 22, in answer to Deputy
Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington.
The magistrate had asked him why he stole
the items and what he did with them. Lancaster
pleaded guilty to larceny from dwelling house.
Prosecutor Cleyon Seedan said Jason Marshall
placed the items in a dresser drawer in his bedroom
at his Washington Street, Marabella, home.
They were three gold rings together valued
$6,700, a $4,500 gold identification band, $2,000
cash, and US$40.
Sometime between June 15 and August 10, they
were stolen. Marshall discovered them missing
on August 10 and made a report to the Marabella
On Sunday, the police went to Sixth Street,
Battoo Avenue where they arrested the accused.
The police recovered one of the gold rings.
Man gets six months for
stealing jewelry, cash
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