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November 2005 | Risk Summary

Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago convened a meeting at London's International Dispute Resolution Centre in order to resolve their decade-old quarrel regarding maritime boundaries. The problem centred on conflict regarding boundaries deemed important to local fisheries in Barbados. The legal team, including Barbadian Deputy Prime Minister and Attorney-General Mia Mottley, stressed the importance of the disputed fishing grounds in terms of domestic social and economic factors. Mottley said the resolution of the conflict would strengthen relations between the two

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