Tag: border controversy

Social media platforms taking action on illegal Guyana maps

Social media platforms taking action on illegal Guyana maps

- October 19, 2022

Foreign Secretary Robert Persaud who was accompanied by Donette Streete, Head of Frontiers Unit on Wednesday met virtually with Facebook ... Read More

President Ali and OAS Secretary General discuss Venezuela border controversy, electoral reform

President Ali and OAS Secretary General discuss Venezuela border controversy, electoral reform

- September 22, 2021

His Excellency Dr. Irfaan Ali and several members of his Government today held a productive meeting with the Secretary-General of ... Read More

Guyana will not be bullied – President Ali

Guyana will not be bullied – President Ali

- May 26, 2021

─ extends hand of friendship to Venezuela His Excellency, Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali says Guyana wants to live in harmony ... Read More

‘We have law and order, unity on our side’

‘We have law and order, unity on our side’

- April 20, 2021

− Minister Croal tells Mabaruma, Port Kaituma residents − during outreach on Guyana/Venezuela border controversy Minister of Housing and Water, ... Read More

Statement by the Caribbean Community on the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy

Statement by the Caribbean Community on the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy

- January 12, 2021

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is deeply disappointed and concerned at the decree and subsequent statements by Venezuela with respect to ... Read More

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Press Statement – December 21, 2020

- December 21, 2020

Press Statement The Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana does not share the reservations of Dr. Ramcharran (Stabroek News, ... Read More

President Ali lobbies for developing countries in UN address

President Ali lobbies for developing countries in UN address

- September 23, 2020

─advocated for reforms at UN level to enhance participation and access to services His Excellency, Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali made ... Read More

Guyana Files memorial in Border Controversy case before the ICJ

- November 19, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Monday, November 19, 2018 Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge earlier today informed the National Assembly that a ... Read More

Venezuela still has time to participate in ICJ process – Min. Greenidge

Venezuela still has time to participate in ICJ process – Min. Greenidge

- September 28, 2018

– addresses the General Debate at 73rd UN General Assembly DPI, Guyana, Friday, September 28, 2018 Minister of Foreign Affairs, ... Read More

CARICOM united behind judicial process to settle border controversy

CARICOM united behind judicial process to settle border controversy

- July 7, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Saturday, July 07, 2018 CARICOM member states have expressed their support for the judicial process underway before the ... Read More

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