Tag: Non-resident Ambassador

His Excellency Hamley Case accredited Ambassador to Estonia

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 12, 2019

February 12, 2019 - Guyana’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, His Excellency Frederick Hamley Case was recently accredited Non-Resident Ambassador ... Read More

GEORGIA Non-Residential Ambassador (Designate) CALLS on Education Minister  …Proposed Strengthening of Education sector mooted

GEORGIA Non-Residential Ambassador (Designate) CALLS on Education Minister …Proposed Strengthening of Education sector mooted

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 18, 2018

Ministry of Education, Guyana, January 18, 2018 - Today, in an effort to expand areas of continued bilateral relations at ... Read More

New Qatari Ambassador accredited

New Qatari Ambassador accredited

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 17, 2018

Georgetown, Guyana – (January 17, 2018) President David Granger, today, invited the State of Qatar to examine ways of investing in the ... Read More

COURTESY CALL BY HIS EXCELLENCY ANTOINE JOLY, NON-RESIDENT AMBASSADOR OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC TO GUYANA

COURTESY CALL BY HIS EXCELLENCY ANTOINE JOLY, NON-RESIDENT AMBASSADOR OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC TO GUYANA

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 31, 2017

On the 30 October, 2017, the Non-Resident Ambassador of the French Republic to Guyana, H.E. Antoine Joly paid a courtesy ... Read More

President accredits new French Republic Ambassador 

President accredits new French Republic Ambassador 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 4, 2017

Georgetown, Guyana – (May 4, 2017) President David Granger said that Guyana is ready to bolster its already strong relationship ... Read More

President accredits new Philippino Ambassador 

President accredits new Philippino Ambassador 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 7, 2016

Georgetown, Guyana – (September 7, 2016) President David Granger, today, received the Letters of Credence from His Excellency, Jose de ... Read More

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