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Photo: GUYANA OFFICIAL MEETS WITH PATTERSON, STEWART

Sunday, September 23, 2018

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Minister of State and Cabinet Secretary in the Office of The Presidency for the Government of Guyana, Joe Harmon (left) holds talks with Jamaican businessman Alston Stewart (centre) and former Jamaica Prime Minister P J Patterson. The Jamaicans met with Harmon during the recent Caribbean Professional League cricket series in Guyana. Views on various subjects of Caribbean/Caricom interest were discussed, inclusive of how greater use of the collective Caribbean professional experiences can be mobilised to assist governments from repeating past mistakes and ensuring cohesiveness among Caribbean people. Patterson promised to render any support needed and he is equipped to provide, utilising his vast experience and global connection. Minister Harmon welcomed the former prime minister whom he described as a tune friend of Guyana, one who has always exemplified true Caribbean leadership and vision. Both men committed to examine ways to work together in assisting Guyana maximise the full potential of his new found resources.

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