The 50th Independence anniversary official logo, symbolising Guyana, the ‘Land of the Jaguar’ was revealed today, GINA said.
The Commemorative Commission for the 50th Independence Anniversary, at a special ceremony at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) this afternoon unveiled the image that will represent all aspects of Guyana’s Golden Jubilee celebration.
President David Granger (second from left) and First Lady Sandra Granger (third from left) with United States President, Barack Obama (right) and First Lady Michelle Obama at a reception hosted recently by the Obamas on the occasion of the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, in New York.
As President David Granger accepted Letters of Credence from the newly appointed Ambassador from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, he noted that as active members of the Non-Aligned Movement, both countries remain committed to its Principles, GINA reported.
President David Granger (right) says his administration will be looking forward to working with the Representative of Indonesia to ensure that global solutions are found for the problems of developing nations, including problems that affect the security and survival of small states.
New Belgian Ambassador to Guyana, Guy Sevrin has commended Guyana’s strong advocacy for more regional and inter-regional integration. He was at the time making brief remarks after presenting his Letters of Credence to President David Granger, earlier today, at the Ministry of the Presidency, a release from the Ministry said.
Farmers from the 10 Administrative Regions, along with several Ministry of Agriculture’s Researchers and Extension Officers are now benefitting from a two-week training workshop that is seeking to boost their capacity in the management of the Black Sigatoka disease, GINA said
The capacity-building workshop commenced on September 28, and will end on October 9.
The Government of Guyana will be looking forward to Canada’s support against the territorial claims by Venezuela even as it seeks to boost its ties and bilateral agreements with the state, through new Canadian High Commissioner to Guyana, Pierre Giroux.
Hamilton Green conferred with Order of Roraima: Former Prime Minister of Guyana and current Mayor of Georgetown Hamilton Green (right) was yesterday bestowed with the Order of Roraima for his “long and outstanding involvement in the struggle for independence and for his role in providing public service for three generations.” In this Keno George photo, President David Granger (second from right) shares the moment with him.
Former Prime Minister of Guyana and current Mayor of Georgetown Hamilton Green was today bestowed with the Order of Roraima for his “long and outstanding involvement in the struggle for independence and for his role in providing public service for three generations.”