By Caribbean News Global contributor
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Guyana has taken the opportunity to revitalise diplomatic ties, bring broader experience and geographic representation, in its approach to China and CARICOM.
Ambassador Talbot presents letter of credence to CARICOM
H.E. George Talbot, Guyana’s Ambassador to CARICOM, on Wednesday presented his letter of credence to Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque during a virtual accreditation ceremony.
Ambassador Talbot is a career diplomat. He joined the foreign service in 1993. In his last post, he served as Guyana’s ambassador to the Federative Republic of Brazil.
This accreditation presents ambassador Talbot with the responsibilities as a member of the CARICOM Committee of Ambassadors, as a Special Representative of his head of government.
As a member of the Committee ambassador Talbot will assist in advancing the implementation of decisions of the organs of the Caribbean Community, at the national level. [Source: DPI]
Ambassador Anyin Choo presents letter of credence to the People’s Republic of China
Her Excellency Anyin Choo, Guyana’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the People’s Republic of China, on Friday, April 23, 2021, presented her Letter of Credence to Hong Lei, Director General of the Department of Protocol and Consular Affairs of the ministry of foreign affairs of the People’s Republic of China, in Beijing.
Ambassador Choo has a background of seventeen years in the foreign service and most recently served as Consulate General at the Guyana Consulate in Toronto, Canada. She also served as the deputy chief of mission at the Guyana embassy in Beijing, China.
Her Excellency brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her new portfolio and is committed to strengthening bilateral relations between Guyana and China. [Source: DPI]