City chamber urges re-engagement on US democracy project

-backs gov’t request for implementation halt during talks

While supporting and endorsing the objectives of the USAID $300M Leadership and Democracy (LEAD) project, the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) yesterday urged a resumption of dialogue between the Guyana and US governments to find common ground for its implementation.

In a statement,  GCCI urged both sides to resume the discussion concerning the project to identify “mutually feasible, pragmatic common ground so that the project can be implemented effectively.

After meeting with representatives from both sides, it noted that all parties were ready to engage  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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