Guyana denying any connection to heist gold – Curacao media report

Two Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) officers are in Curacao in connection with the gold heist committed on a Guyanese owned fishing vessel and according to the Curacao media Guyana is denying any connection to the gold.

An article published in the Curacao Chronicle yesterday did not state when the officers arrived in that country. It stated that “the Guyanese Government do not trust the way the investigation  is going since they are not getting any information from local authorities on the case”.

The article said that Curacao officers “want to know how it is possible that 19.4 million guilders was able to go unnoticed through customs on board of the Guyanese ship Summer Bliss. In their investigation they will try to find out if …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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