Guyana

  • CARICOM CHAIRMAN VISITS GUYANA

    Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Kenny D Anthony is scheduled to arrive in Guyana on Sunday, September 13 for a one-day visit. The purpose of Dr Anthony’s visit is to met with the parties who are signatories to the Herdmanston Accord and the Saint Lucia Statement, the two CARICOM-brokered documents which set…

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  • CARICOM READY TO CONTINUE ROLE IN GUYANA ACCORD

    The Caribbean Community – CARICOM, is ready to continue playing a role in the full implementation of the Herdmanston Accord it brokered with Guyana’s political parties following the post December 15, 1997 election unrest. This assurance was given by Jamaica’s Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. P.J. Patterson who was in Guyana over the weekend in his capacity as a member…

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  • STATEMENT BY THE RT. HON. P.J. PATTERSON, PRIME MINISTER OF JAMAICA AND MEMBER, CARICOM BUREAU, ON CONSULTATIONS IN GUYANA, MAY 29-30, 1998

    I have paid a short visit to Guyana as a member of the CARICOM Bureau on the eve of the release of the findings of the Audit Team and in continuation of the efforts of the Community to foster understanding, mutual trust and harmony in this country. During my visit I held consultative meetings with the various political leaders and…

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  • COMMUNITY COUNCIL MINISTERS MEET IN GUYANA

    Ministers of the Caribbean Community’s second highest organ – The Community Council, will tomorrow begin a two-day meeting at the CARICOM Secretariat in Georgetown, Guyana. Ministers will consider the draft Rules of Procedure for the Community Council, and are expected to adopt the final rules which will guide the Council in its future deliberations. The Council will review the status…

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  • CARICOM HEADS COMMITTED TO RECONCILIATION IN GUYANA

    Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Keith Mitchell has stated that the visit by four regional Heads of Government is a demonstration of the Region’s “absolute commitment” to the reconciliatory process in Guyana following the tension after the December 15, 1997 General Elections. Speaking to the media on Wednesday night, Dr. Mitchell said that…

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  • CARICOM’S CONTINUED SUPPORT FOR THE HEALING PROCESS IN GUYANA

    Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community, Mr Edwin Carrington has spoken out in favour of CARICOM’s continued support to the healing process in Guyana. On the conclusion of a one-day visit by the Chairman of CARICOM, Dr. the Hon. Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada, the Secretary-General said the last thing anyone wanted to see happen in Guyana was a breakdown…

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  • CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY (CARICOM) CHAIRMAN TO TRAVEL TO GUYANA

    CARICOM Chairman, Grenada Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Keith Mitchell is expected to travel to Guyana on Thursday (January 22) to announce the members of the Audit Team and meet with leaders of the political parties. In making the announcement Tuesday, Prime Minister Mitchell said it is important that the spirit of reconciliation and unity emanating from the CARICOM Mission…

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  • Press Statement issued by the CARICOM Mission to Guyana in Georgetown, Guyana, 15 January 1998

    We have come to Guyana on the initiative of the Caribbean Community as stated in the Press Release of 8 January 1998 by the Community’s current Chairman, Prime Minister Mitchell of Grenada. Also, as there stated, we have come with the specific concurrence of the two main political parties in Guyana – and we hope as well with the support…

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