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MALF Welcomes Ministers

19 August, 2020

MALF Welcomes Ministers

The Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries welcomes back Senator, the Honourable, Clarence Rambharat as Minister of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries and Senator, the Honourable Avinash Singh, as Minister in the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries. Both Senators previously served in the Ministry during the incumbent Government last administration.

Senator Rambharat retains his portfolio as line Minister while Senator Singh, who held the position of Parliamentary Secretary has been elevated to a Minister in the Agriculture Ministry.

The Ministry congratulates both Senators on their appointment and we look forward to continue working together, to position the MALF in realizing its overall objectives, in the implementation of policies and programmes which would result in long term food security and food sustainability for Trinidad and Tobago.

 

minister avinash