Jamaica will this week host two heads of government and a member of the British Royal family.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to arrive for an official visit this afternoon and leave Wednesday.
He will be involved in several official activities in Kingston and St. Andrew including a floral tribute in honour of soldiers of World Wars I and II as well as bilateral discussions with Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller.
Cameron will also attend a reception with representatives of the Government, business community and civil society; and address a Joint Sitting of the Houses of Parliament.
The Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, is expected to arrive in the country on Wednesday and leave the following day.
He will also participate in a floral tribute in honour of soldiers of World Wars I and II, hold bilateral discussions with the Prime Minister as well as attend a Dinner Reception.
Meanwhile Princess Anne will arrive on Wednesday and is expected to depart on Friday. She is expected to participate in the Caribbean-Canada Emerging Leaders Dialogue.