President Donald Ramotar (right) shares a light moment with Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Kamalesh Sharma during a meeting to discuss a range of issues on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York.
The head table at the launch of the six-week state media training yesterday: from left, General Manager of the GNNL, Michael Gordon; CEO of the National Communications Network, Molly Hassan; Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, Director of the Government Information Agency, Neaz Subhan, and Information Liaison, Office of the President, Kwame McCoy.(GINA photo)
The state media is set to benefit from an Integrated Training Programme, which will see veterans of the media and other communications experts and consultants sharing their knowledge and skills over the next six weeks, GINA said.
Guyana joined the rest of the world yesterday in observing International Day of Peace with Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, urging Guyanese to appreciate the fact that they are living in a multi-religious and multi-ethnic society where fundamental human rights are constitutionally enshrined.
A Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Government of Guyana and the United Kingdom has cleared the way for training and mentoring for the staff of the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) created by the government to investigate money laundering crimes.