CARACAS, February 26, 2017 - Venezuela this week reached the halfway point of its goal to build three million homes for poor Venezuelans, the only program of its kind and one of the government’s most successful ones.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Dec 23, CMC – President David Granger has praised the work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) lauding its role in securing a decision by the outgoing United Nation’s Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon on the ongoing border dispute with Venezuela.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana- December 21, 2016 - Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Greenidge said that Government had lost faith in the ‘good office’ process, essentially because of Venezuela’s non-cooperation with it, but that Government is now willing to give it one last try with the United Nation’s Secretary General’s (SG’s) nominee.
GUYANA, Friday, December 09, 2016 - Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo said that his party would support Government in its effort to seek a juridical settlement to the border controversy with Venezuela.
In its latest show of division, elements of the Venezuelan opposition appear to be using the U.S. drug case against two nephews of Venezuela’s first lady in order to halt the Vatican-brokered peace talks with the government after the case was brought up during a Tuesday night National Assembly session.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Nov. 17, CMC – Government officials, led by foreign minister Carl Greenidge are scheduled to meet with incoming United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres to discuss the ongoing border controversy with Venezuela.