Day: <span>September 20, 2016</span>
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Ministry of the Presidency book drive comes to an end

  • Posted: September 20, 2016
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 20, 2016) The final collection of books donated to a book drive hosted by the Press and Publicity Unit, Ministry of the Presidency as part of the celebrations to mark President David Granger’s 71st birth anniversary was, today, presented to the Mahaica Children’s Home and the Sisters of Mercy of Guyana. …

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Guyana will create a global footprint in environmental sustainability – President Granger at United Nations General Assembly

  • Posted: September 20, 2016
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 20, 2016) President David Granger, earlier today, said that Guyana is on the path to creating a global footprint in environmental sustainability as it pursues ‘green’ growth in a ‘green’ economy. The President made these remarks at the 71st Regular Session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly currently underway at …

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Address of His Excellency David Granger President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana to the 71stSession of the United Nations General Assembly 2016.09.20 Guyana: A ‘green’ state threatened

  • Posted: September 20, 2016
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Mr. President,The Cooperative Republic of Guyana congratulates you on your election as President of the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly. The election of a representative of Fiji, a small island developing state, to preside over the General Assembly at this session is especially gratifying. The choice of theme for our general debate: …

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Guyana pleased with UN Secretary-General’s efforts to resolve border controversy – President Granger

  • Posted: September 20, 2016
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 19, 2016) President David Granger said that he is satisfied with the efforts of United Nations (UN) Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon in trying to resolve the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy. He said that while his Government had hoped that the process of ending the 50-year long controversy would have been further advanced, …

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