Raymond Chickrie

Born in Guyana, RAYMOND CHICKRIE was a teacher in the New York City public school system, New York, currently teaching in the Middle East.
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The issue of Palestinian statehood being brought to the United Nations General Assembly this September is of great concern to Guyana, a member of the UN Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienabl...
Suriname, a member of the Organistion of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) since 1996, is participating in the 38th OIC Council of Foreign Ministers Meeting in Astana, Kazakhstan, with a delegation comprised ...
Guyana’s Minister of Housing and Water, Mr. Irfan Ali, arrived in the Kazakh capital yesterday to participate in the 38th Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) Foreign Minister’s Meetin...
The recent Stabroek News editorial on Guyana’s foreign policies titled, “One Man Diplomacy,” which focus mainly on the Arab Spring was obviously bias. Bias because SN saw nothing po...
Guyana’s ties with Iran, Libya and Syria dates back to the anti-colonial struggle of the 1940s, and before the split between the two former Presidents, Cheddi Jagan and Forbes Burnham. When he ...
South America’s largest nation and home to a large Arab Diaspora, Brazil is seeking Observer membership in the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC). Mr. Sergio Luiz Canaes, the Ambassador of...
Within the next few weeks Arab leaders will gather in Peru for the 3rd Arab South American Summit (ASPA), February 12-16 and in Egypt for the Organisation of Islamic Conference Summit (OIC), Mar...
Suriname, the former Dutch colony, today became the latest South American country to recognize a Palestinian state on 1967 borders, according to Palestinian Authority Foreign Affairs Minister Ri...
The Peruvian news agency, ANDINA is confirming that all South American heads of state, including the Presidents of Guyana and Suriname, Bharrat Jagdeo and Desi Bouterse and 10 Arab leaders wil...
Since the revision of the OIC Charter some 5 years ago, the issue of setting the criteria for new membership has not been trash out to date. Many countries have been waiting since 2002 to join the org...
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