13th Annual Caribbean Plant Health Directors Forum to be… Related Posts It was noted that the working visit is part of ongoing efforts to foster greater dialogue aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation between the two CARICOM Member States. Read more at: Guyana Chronicle Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… World Bank Provides US$8M to Strengthen Agriculture and Food… Caribbean COVID-19 Food Security and Livelihoods Impact… Jun 29, 2020 (Guyana Chronicle) TRINIDAD and Tobago Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley will be accompanied by five of his ministers when he arrives in Guyana this week for bilateral talks with President David Granger. The high-level team from the twin-island republic is scheduled to arrive in Guyana on Wednesday for a two-day working visit. According to a statement issued by the Foreign Affairs Ministry on Saturday, President Granger and Prime Minister Rowley will discuss a wide range of matters of interest to both states, including energy-sector cooperation, agriculture and security. Their meeting will be followed by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on energy-sector cooperation between Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago. “The non-binding MoU will outline a number of sector-specific areas of possible cooperation between the two countries and will be publicised when it has been signed,” the ministry explained. Aug 27, 2020 Aug 10, 2020 Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister Rowley to meet Guyana’s President Granger WednesdayOPM, Trinidad and Tobago – Prime Minister Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley will meet with President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, His Excellency Brigadier David Granger when he travels to Guyana for a one-day visit which starts tomorrow (Wednesday 19 September, 2018). Bilateral discussions between the countries will focus…September 18, 2018In “Energy”Guyana seeks technical support for oil and gas take-offPRESIDENT David Granger on Thursday held discussions with top oil and gas officials of Trinidad and Tobago during a meeting at his Shiv Chanderpaul Drive office. T&T Minister of Energy and Energy Industries, Ms. Nicole Olivierre and Deputy Permanent Secretary in her ministry, Mr. Andre Laveau, met with Mr. Granger…August 26, 2016In “CARICOM”Guyana looks to Caribbean Week of Agriculture, COTED, to facilitate greater collaboration with CARICOM neighbours(Department of Public Information) Guyana is looking to Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) and the Caribbean Agriculture Week meeting to strengthen agricultural collaboration with Trinidad and other Caribbean countries. Minister of Agriculture, Noel Holder speaking on the sidelines of the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between…September 21, 2018In “Agriculture”Share this on WhatsApp
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin basketball team had one tough night.The No. 5 Badgers returned to Madison on Wednesday after getting stuck in Pittsburgh following a 59-53 loss on Tuesday night at Maryland. The plane flying the team home had to make an emergency landing because of an engine malfunction.The team posted on Twitter that everyone was safe. The Badgers stayed at three hotels in Pittsburgh.Players studied Wednesday morning before leaving for Wisconsin in the early afternoon.“Well 16 hours later and we have finally made it safely back to Madison,” forward Duje Dukan said on Twitter.The loss to the 14th-ranked Terrapins snapped a 10-game winning streak for the Badgers (25-3, 13-2). They will return to action Sunday in the home finale against Michigan State.
The husband of the blonde Zlatka and former national football player Blagoy Georgiev is interested in the property of the football club Vardar from Northern Macedonia. A meeting between the former midfielder and the executive director of the club Samoil Simev took place today, sport1.mk reports.According to the information, Blagoy Georgiev is a representative of a consortium of companies from Eastern Europe, interested in taking control of Vardar, which is in a difficult financial situation. Former handball player Naumche Mysoski also attended the meeting.“It is true that I have a plan to have a football club and I am in advanced negotiations for this purpose. The team will not be from Bulgaria, but from a country close to ours. The fact is that every year he plays in European club tournaments, in particular the Europa League “, Blago Georgiev shared in March in the” Nikolaos Citiridis Show “, where he is a guest together with his wife Zlatka Raykova.In its article, the North Macedonian edition points out that Georgiev is a teenager of Slavia and is a former national with 5 goals in 50 games for Bulgaria. Vardar is the most titled team in our western neighbor, having ten national titles in its history.
With near-gridlock squeezing Los Angeles motorists, city officials called Wednesday for development of a strategic plan to try to ease the problems. Council members Wendy Greuel and Jack Weiss introduced the proposal, calling on the city Department of Transportation to work with Caltrans and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The plan would review everything from freeways to traffic lights to try to help untangle traffic woes consistently identified as one of the most significant problems facing the city. “We have the MTA and its overall regional plan, but there is nothing we can point to as our overall vision for dealing with traffic,” Greuel said. The council Wednesday also supported legislation by Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, to create a special statistical district for the Wilshire Corridor. The measure is needed for state agencies to develop a common set of data on demographics, economics and other conditions to qualify for state and federal funding. The council also backed a proposal by Metro to extend a peak-hour buslane along Wilshire Boulevard from Santa Monica to east of downtown Los Angeles. The action allows the city to take advantage of a $27 million federal grant, with Metro providing a $5.4 million matching grant, to widen the lane at some points, repave other sections and align curbs. [email protected] (213) 978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “It’s light-synchronization and car-pool lanes on the 405. It’s planning and land-use decisions. It’s something we should be looking at to find a way to reduce congestion and make it easier for us to get around.” Weiss said he was surprised the city had not taken such action earlier. “To me, it’s a kind of municipal malpractice not to have had a strategic master plan in place,” Weiss said. Greuel said the process will include all sections of the city, City Council members, the Mayor’s Office, city commissions, neighborhood councils, homeowner groups and other government agencies. “It’s not going to be something that comes together overnight,” Greuel said. “We need a long-range vision that identifies a general set of directives and initiatives to improve the transit system.”