Port security training

In a joint effort by the United States and Guyana to improve global maritime transport security, the US Embassy in Georgetown facilitated a week-long workshop on auditing management systems. A release from the US Embassy said that this training was conducted in partnership with the United States Coast Guard and the Maritime Administration of Guyana (MARAD).  It is the third of four courses delivered to Guyanese officials from multiple agencies.

This US Embassy photo shows the participants.
This US Embassy photo shows the participants.

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