Reception in honour of Queen’s birthday:

President David Granger last night saluted Britain’s support for the development of Guyana’s security sector and its struggle to preserve its sovereignty and territorial integrity. A release from the Ministry of the Presidency said that Granger made these remarks, at a reception hosted at the residence of the British High Commissioner to Guyana in Bel Air in honour of Queen Elizabeth’s 91st birth anniversary, which she celebrated on April 21.  In photo: President David Granger is greeted by British High Commissioner to Guyana,  Greg Quinn, who is decked out in his traditional Scottish kilt.  (Ministry of the Presidency photo)


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