HAPPY NEW YEAR

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HAPPY NEW YEAR (2018)

FROM

The Guyana Embassy in Cuba

And the

Guyana Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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NEW YEAR’S MESSAGE 2018 BY HIS EXCELLENCY BRIGADIER DAVID ARTHUR GRANGER, PRESIDENT OF THE COOPERATIVE REPUBLIC OF GUYANA

Fellow Guyanese,

Happy New Year!

Guyanese greet the dawn of 2018 feeling good about themselves, their children, their communities and their country.

Guyanese have inherited and inhabit a beautiful, bountiful and blissful country – a land that is celebrated in the words of our beloved National Anthem, as the ‘Green Land’…of rivers and plains; made rich by the sunshine, and lush by the rains; set gem-like and fair, between mountains and sea…”

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Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the border controversy between Guyana and Venezuela

The longstanding border controversy between the Co-operative Republic of Guyana and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela arose as a result of the Venezuelan contention that the Arbitral Award of 1899 about the frontier between British Guiana and Venezuela is null and void. In the Geneva Agreement of 1966, Guyana and Venezuela conferred upon the Secretary-General the power and responsibility to choose a means of peaceful settlement from amongst those contemplated in Article 33 of the Charter of the United Nations.

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PRESS STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF GUYANA ON THE “APPROVED AGREEMENT TO REJECT OIL OPERATIONS IN THE ESSEQUIBO” BY THE ENERGY AND PETROLEUM COMMISSION OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF THE BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA

It has come to the attention of the Government of Guyana through amedia report in the Venezuelan publication El Nacional of 15th March 2017 that a resolution of the Energy and Petroleum Commission of the National Assembly of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela entitled ‘Approved Agreement to Reject Oil Operations in the Essequibo’ has called for the immediate cessation of on-going offshore oil exploration and exploitation activities under Guyanese license in the Stabroek concession block well wit

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Zone of Peace at risk if Guyana/Venezuela border controversy not expeditiously resolved -- VP and Foreign Minister Greenidge says in Havana

Vice-President and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, has emphasized that a zone of peace is at risk of destabilization if the Guyana/Venezuela border controversy is not expeditiously resolved. Mr. Greenidge made these remarks during a lecture that he delivered at the University of Havana last Tuesday, March 14, 2017.

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CARICOM DAY CELEBRATED IN HAVANA.

Havana, Cuba - (July 4, 2016)- Representatives of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) highlighted the cooperation links with Cuba, an celebrated in this capital the 43 anniversary of the creation of the regional block.
Evoking the ephemeris, the Guyanese Ambassador in Havana, Halim Majeed, which delivered the keynote address, said that these links came even before the Community was formed when four Caribbean countries (Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago) decided to break together the diplomatic blockade against Cuba.

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Tourism in Guyana

We are delighted that you have chosen to spend some time with us in our site. We hope we can serve as a treasured repository of information, showcasing much we do, how much we can offer, in order to make your stay the most memorable, ever.
2016 holds a lot of optimism for our tourism sector as we seek to make ‘Guyana – South America Undiscovered’, the destination of choice. If you are looking for a one of a kind destination full of adventure, hospitality and unique experiences, then ‘Guyana – South America Undiscovered' is the place to come!!!

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