Tag: Guyana/Venezuela controversy

Gov’t does not want future generations burdened with Guyana/Venezuela controversy  – Min Todd

Gov’t does not want future generations burdened with Guyana/Venezuela controversy – Min Todd

Isaiah Braithwaite Isaiah Braithwaite- December 30, 2020

The Government hopes that when the border controversy case between Guyana and Venezuela is heard next year, the matter is ... Read More

United front vital to success in Guyana/Venezuela border controversy

United front vital to success in Guyana/Venezuela border controversy

Isaiah Braithwaite Isaiah Braithwaite- December 16, 2020

– Border Advisor Greenidge Advisor on Borders in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr. Carl Greenidge says ... Read More

Relevance of UN up for debate at this year’s General Assembly Session

Relevance of UN up for debate at this year’s General Assembly Session

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 25, 2018

-Guyana prioritises Guyana/Venezuela controversy, green state agenda, oil and gas issues, and UN Security Council reform Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ... Read More

Govt confident of ICJ ruling reasserting invalidity of Venezuela’s claim – Border controversy

Govt confident of ICJ ruling reasserting invalidity of Venezuela’s claim – Border controversy

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 18, 2018

─ “Government has been reasserting, forcefully, respect for our sovereignty and territorial integrity”- President Granger ─ Department of Citizenship managing ... Read More

Guyana begins work to appear before ICJ 

Guyana begins work to appear before ICJ 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 5, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Monday, February 5, 2018 Cabinet will address the United Nations (UN) Secretary General’s (SG) decision to refer the ... Read More

Stand strong behind your country- PM urges  gathering at Peace event 

Stand strong behind your country- PM urges  gathering at Peace event 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 24, 2016

GINA, Guyana, Saturday, September 24, 2016 Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo this evening addressed a large gathering in the compound of ... Read More

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