Month: <span>September 2015</span>

CAL assures Government of improved services for Guyanese

  • Posted: September 04, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 03, 2015) Minister of State, Joseph Harmon today met with executives from Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) and informed them that with the expansion of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) at Timehri, the Government will be looking forward to more flights and better quality service from the airline company. The visiting …

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Social cohesion and political inclusivity necessary for national unity -President Granger at Social Cohesion round-table

  • Posted: September 04, 2015
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 Georgetown, Guyana – (September 03, 2015) In an effort to strengthen societies and foster social cohesion, President David Granger said the new coalition government will dismantle artificial walls of mistrust, and division, which have been erected to create separateness among Guyanese. In his address to stakeholders who gathered at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre, this morning, …

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Exxon Mobil reaffirms commitment to continued exploratory work -Minister Trotman extends Government’s full support

  • Posted: September 03, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – ( September 3, 2015) The Government of Guyana through the Minister of Governance with responsibility for the state’s patrimony and natural resources, Raphael Trotman has extended its full support to oil giant, ExxonMobil as the company reaffirmed its commitment to continuing exploration works in Guyana, beginning early 2016. This commitment was communicated …

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Alternative energy, Oil and Gas Policy support offered by US State Department

  • Posted: September 03, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 02, 2015) United States’ State Department Bureau of Energy Resources’ (ENR) Deputy Assistant Secretary (DAS) for Energy Diplomacy, Robin Dunnigan, today, met with Minister of Governance, Raphael Trotman and Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson to discuss possible areas of collaboration for the development of the energy sector in Guyana.The meeting, …

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First Lady hosts Luncheon for participants of Social Cohesion roundtable participants

  • Posted: September 03, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 2, 2015) Participants of the Ministry of Social Cohesion’s roundtable attended a luncheon with President David Granger and First Lady Mrs. Sandra Granger at State House, earlier today.  In the attached photograph, the group poses for a photo opportunity. The grand roundtable event will open tomorrow with cultural presentations, an address …

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President meets with executives from West Berbice Chamber of Commerce

  • Posted: September 03, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 2, 2015) President David Granger this afternoon met with members of the West Berbice Chamber of Commerce (WBCC) to discuss ways on which the Chamber could work with Government to enhance the region, especially from an economic perspective. The meeting took place at the Ministry of the Presidency. President of the …

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Greece Ambassador presents Letters of Credence to President Granger

  • Posted: September 03, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 2, 2015) President Granger said his administration, on behalf of all Guyana, stands ready and willing to work assiduously with the Hellenic Republic (Greece) and its other international partners for the development and attainment of common goals.The President made these remarks after the Ambassador of Greece, to the Cooperative Republic of …

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About The Ministry

  • Posted: September 02, 2015
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Following the May 11, 2015 general and regional elections, the new Administration in its bid to restructure and reform public offices, renamed what was formerly known as the Office of the President to the Ministry of the Presidency.This change was made to reflect the changes in administrative structure and vision of the new Administration for …

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All steps will be taken to promote, preserve and promulgate indigenous culture and languages -President Granger at Indigenous Heritage month launch

  • Posted: September 02, 2015
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 1, 2015) Out of respect and sensitivity for Guyana’s first peoples, what was known as “Amerindian Heritage Month” has now been re-designated ‘Indigenous Heritage Month”.  This was announced earlier this evening, as President David Granger, declared the 2015 Heritage Month celebration opened at, the Sophia, Exhibition site. “We are pleased to …

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