U.S. Ambassador, Minister Ally discuss possible social cohesion partnerships

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United States Ambassador to Guyana, Mr. Perry Holloway, this morning, met with Minister of Social Cohesion, Ms. Amna Ally, to explore areas for partnership, at her Ministry of the Presidency office, a GINA release stated.
This is the first official meeting between the two administrators.

US Ambassador to Guyana, Mr. Perry Holloway, and Minister of Social Cohesion, Ms. Amna Ally, at their first official meeting, this morning, at the Ministry of the Presidency.
US Ambassador to Guyana, Mr. Perry Holloway, and Minister of Social Cohesion, Ms. Amna Ally, at their first official meeting, this morning, at the Ministry of the Presidency.

Ambassador Holloway said that he wanted the opportunity to meet the Minister formally and to extend his support to her Ministry and projects.

“The issue of social cohesion and inclusion is important to us just as it is important to this Government and to the people of Guyana, but the meeting was more to find out what her priorities are and in what ways the US Government and the Ministry can cooperate going forward,” he said.

Minister Ally said that she is looking forward to the working with the Embassy and the Ambassador.

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. Both parties have to earn equal respect of the ABC (a tall order) and then the local population/leaders strive for the issues that will better their daily lives. I wish the One Laptop Per Family (OLPF) and internet for all children had materialized. This would empower our children to gain global perspective and knowledge and hopefully translate into leaders that can navigate the complex world to harvest the best results for Guyana. We are a resilient people and many of us manage to earn an education in the challenges of the 80’s. I pray that all Guyana’s children does not re-live the hardship of the 80’s regardless of which party is leading. We must realize it’s easier to fall behind and harder to get ahead and not to destroy any gains we have made. A balanced mind will, in time, see through what/who diminshes and develops. Please, please, please leaders, don’t let political egos or other influences destroy the peace, security and prosperity of Guyana’s sons and daughters, mothers and fathers!

  2. I must say the US is doing their very best to support a government they help installed. It seems not a week goes by without Perry Perry in the news handing over equipment or pledging support in some way, shape, or form. In this case however, the US would do well to address social cohesion at home regarding the African American and muslim populations. Racism is very much alive in the world’s most prosperous country as it is poor little Guyana.

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