Guyana, Suriname proposals on sea piracy

Greater cooperation planned to cut crime.

Guyana, Suriname MPs make proposals on sea piracy, trafficking in persons

A parliamentary delegation from Guyana last week visited Suriname for talks with its counterparts and among the points agreed in tackling sea piracy was greater collaboration between the law enforcement agencies of the two countries with an emphasis on patrolling targeted areas.

A statement on Saturday from Guyana’s Parliament Office said that the Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland and a delegation of Members of Parliament and the Clerk and staff of the National Assembly, paid a four-day visit to the Speaker and the National Assembly of the Suriname aimed at consolidating and cementing relations between the two National Assemblies.

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