Korean youths pay courtesy call on Min. Norton

Minister of Social Cohesion with Responsibility for Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr. George Norton, recently received a courtesy call from a group of volunteer university students from South Korea.

The group, called ASEZ stemmed from the Church of God based in Korea. It comprises of university students who engage in acts geared towards solving practical problems around the world.

They are currently in Guyana with the intention of helping to address some of the issues faced by Guyanese. The group engaged Minister Norton on possible areas of cooperation.

Following a lengthy discussion, Minister Norton was presented with a token of appreciation, after which he was treated to an authentic Korean dance.

Dr. Norton also added his signature to the Global Crime Prevention Movement for Human Happiness.