President David Granger will not be attending the Twenty-Ninth Inter-sessional Meeting of The Conference of Heads of Government of The Caribbean Community (CARICOM).
“The Guyanese Head of State regrets his absence at the meeting but has opted to remain in Guyana to focus on domestic issues at this time,” a government statement said.
The statement did not immediately explain what the domestic issues were.
However, currently Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo is recuperating in the US after bypass heart surgery. It is unclear when he would be back.
Guyana’s three-member delegation to the meeting will be led by Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, who is also performing the duties of Prime Minister.
The Inter-sessional meeting is being hosted in Haiti from tomorrow.
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