Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says “under no circumstances” will Trinidad and Tobago implement an open-door policy to migrants.

Rowley made the comment during a virtual conference hosted by the Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America and the Caribbean themed “Forecast for Latin America and the Caribbean.”

“As a small island with limited resources, we cannot have an open-door policy where persons come in their tens of thousands at will,” Rowley said as he addressed the issue of migrants and the region’s approach to solving the crisis.

The Prime Minister said that his country continues to control its borders and the number of migrants that it can manage best, given the current circumstances Trinidad and Tobago faces.

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