Address drivers of migration–Greenidge urges forum

Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge flanked by Ambassador Michael Brotherson and IOM Regional Coordination Officer for the Caribbean and Chief of Mission in Guyana, Robert Natiello, seated at the head table.

FOREIGN Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge underscored the importance of maximizing the benefits of migration while reducing the drivers of it, when he addressed the opening ceremony of a National Consultative Meeting on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration at the Pegasus Hotel.

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PRESS STATEMENT BY MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS ON DECISION BY UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY GENERAL ON BORDER CONTROVERSY BETWEEN GUYANA AND VENEZUELA

Guyana welcomes the decision of the Secretary General of the United Nations to refer the controversy between Guyana and Venezuela to the International Court of Justice (ICJ).

Guyana has always held the view that the ICJ is the appropriate forum for the peaceful and definitive settlement of the controversy, and is pleased that that

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New Cyprus High Commissioner accredited

 

From left: Minister of Public Affairs, Ms. Dawn Hastings-Williams, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Carl Greenidge, High Commissioner Haralambos Kafkarides, President David Granger, Mrs. Kafkarides and Director-General in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ms. Audrey Waddell.

President David Granger, today, received Letters of Credence from Mr. Haralambos Kafkarides, accrediting him as Non-Resident High Commissioner of the Republic of Cyprus to Guyana. The new High Commissioner will be resident in Brasilia, Brazil.

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