Day: <span>September 18, 2017</span>

President Trump’s call for UN reforms might find favour among CARICOM Heads

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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 18, 2017) President David Granger said that while Heads of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) will have to deliberate on the reforms for the United Nations (UN) that were proposed by United States President, Mr. Donald Trump, he is confident that the call for such reforms for this 72-year old body might …

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Protection of the environment high on President’s agenda at UNGA

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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 18, 2017) As the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) gets underway, President David Granger said that his main message to his fellow Heads of Government is the need for a more tangible demonstration of commitment to protecting the planet. He made these remarks today, during an interview …

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30 stakeholders participate in 19th Self Reliance workshop

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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 18, 2017) Thirty stakeholders who hail from Charlestown, Albouystown, Guyhoc Park and other communities in South Georgetown, today, assembled at the Headquarters of the National Congress of Women located at Public Road, Kitty to participate in the 19th Self Reliance and Success in Business workshop..Delivering opening remarks, Regional Councillor- Region Four, …

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Eric Phillips is NOT an adviser to President Granger -MoTP calls for retraction of misleading information in Ravi Dev’s letter

  • Posted: September 18, 2017
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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 18, 2017) The Ministry of the Presidency wishes to state that Mr. Eric Phillips is not an Adviser to President David Granger. Mr. Phillips is employed by the Ministry of the Presidency as a Special Assistant to Dr. Clive Thomas. The Ministry therefore calls for a retraction of this misinformation which …

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Ministry of the Presidency calls for retraction of misleading Kaieteur News letter

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Georgetown, Guyana – (September 17, 2017) The Ministry of the Presidency refutes the misleading, false and malicious letter which was carried in the Sunday, September 17, 2017 edition of the Kaieteur News headlined “Granger and UG Vice-Chancellor should be held accountable for this young girl’s plight” which asserted that “…Granger has been a life-long friend …

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