Rowley, last week, slammed OAS secretary general Luis Almagro for the very derogatory manner in which he engaged Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and called for the OAS official to be changed so that the institution can return to having the potential of being an honest broker to intervene and to provide a pathway for peace and progress in situations as they exist in Venezuela now. Accompanying Prime Minister Rowley at the meeting on Friday were Foreign Minister Dennis Moses, Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi and Minister in the Office of the Prime Min ister, Stuart Young.
Accompanying Palmieri, who is assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, were his chief of staff Stephanie Powers, and Charge dAffaires, John McIntyre. The talks also addressed ongoing collaboration on security initiatives and the importance of T&T as a partner of the United States.
Source: Newsday http://www.newsday.co.tt/news/0,244932.html