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The rear-lonf wait goes on for a decision on a boundary for the Cockpit Country one of the few remaining forest-cover gems in Jamaica, an area rich in biological diversity and one seen as invaluable to the island's freshwater security.

"I understand that there was a protracted negotiation between the various government entities and a compromise position was reached, and that recently there has been an attempt to make that compromise position much smaller," revealed Diana McCaulay, chief executive officer for the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET).

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