– UN border team expected on Monday
By Jomo Paul
[www.inewsguyana.com] – Vice President and Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge says that no official meeting between UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and the Guyana Government is planned for when the UN Chief makes a brief stop in Guyana later today (Sunday October 11).
In a telephone interview with iNews Greenidge stated that Ban will be extended the “normal courtesies” that comes with his office during his brief layover stop in Guyana.
Reports indicate that Ban is expected to be in Guyana for just about an hour and is not expected to leave the precincts of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.
However, Greenidge revealed that a part of a UN Team assessing the current Guyana/Venezuela controversy is
expected to arrive in Guyana at around the same time.
Another compliment of the team is expected to arrive on Monday. Greenidge stated that there are meetings planned between the Government and that team.
Ban is currently Trending various UN meetings in Peru and Bolivia and his aircraft is required to make a brief stop while ensure route to its first also destination.
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