Tag: Ambassador Ronald Austin

Int’l Trade explored in 5th Georgetown to Geneva Lecture Series

Int’l Trade explored in 5th Georgetown to Geneva Lecture Series

Felecia Valenzuela Felecia Valenzuela- October 18, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Friday, October 18, 2019 The smart classroom has not been restricted to just one specific age group. This ... Read More

Laws of the sea being developed along functional rather than zonal lines

Laws of the sea being developed along functional rather than zonal lines

Felecia Valenzuela Felecia Valenzuela- September 5, 2019

─ Guyana’s Maritime issues discussed during Foreign Service Lecture DPI, Guyana, Thursday, September 5, 2019 Thoughts of the Titanic, which ... Read More

Foreign Service Workers get pointers to improve negotiation skills

Foreign Service Workers get pointers to improve negotiation skills

Felecia Valenzuela Felecia Valenzuela- July 25, 2019

─ Foreign Affairs Ministry facilitates Geneva to Georgetown Lecture Series  DPI, Guyana, Thursday, July 25, 2019 Foreign Service workers, young ... Read More

Foreign Diplomats lauded for helping Guyana on international stage

Foreign Diplomats lauded for helping Guyana on international stage

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 19, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Monday, November 19, 2018 Director of the Foreign Service Institute, Ambassador Ronald Austin has applauded past and present ... Read More

39 Public Servants to participate in Chinese language course

39 Public Servants to participate in Chinese language course

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 15, 2016

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thursday, September The Foreign Service Institute of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Confucius Institute ... Read More

Public Servants to be trained in Spanish

Public Servants to be trained in Spanish

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 10, 2016

Georgetown GINA, August 10, 2016 Over fifty (50) Public Servants are to benefit from training in the Spanish language under ... Read More

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