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Drug Commanders Conference In Tobago

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The United States Government has reinforced its commitment to continue working with Trinidad and Tobago and the rest of the Caribbean on regulating drug trafficking.

The commitment was made at the 24th Annual Regional Drug Commanders Conference held in Tobago on Tuesday.

Representative of the US Embassy, John McIntyre, explained why the Conference was of great importance.

National Security Minister, Retired Major General Edmund Dillon, said based on where Trinidad and Tobago is situated, its borders are easily used for the trafficking of drugs, guns, and people.

The Conference was held at the Magdalena Grand with 27 countries participating.

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