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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will also visit Suriname, Brazil and Colombia during his upcoming trip that will also include Guyana, according to a statement today from the US State Department.

The statement follows: 
Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo  will travel to Paramaribo, Suriname; Georgetown, Guyana; Boa Vista, Brazil; Bogota, Colombia; and Plano, Texas, September 17-20, 2020.  This trip will highlight the United States’ commitment to defend democracy, combat COVID-19 while revitalizing our economies in the pandemic’s wake, and strengthen security against regional threats.

In  Paramaribo, Secretary Pompeo    will celebrate the triumph of democracy by meeting with recently elected Surinamese President Chan Santokhi and his cabinet to discuss increased bilateral cooperation and opportunities for partnerships in energy and security.

In Georgetown, Guyana, Secretary Pompeo will congratulate newly elected president Irfaan Ali and his cabinet, and meet with CARICOM Secretary-General Irwin LaRocque.  He will reinforce the promise of a values-based U.S. partnership highlighting opportunities for more responsible and transparent private sector investment to increase prosperity for the people of Guyana, particularly in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In Boa Vista, Brazil, Secretary Pompeo will underscore the importance of U.S. and Brazilian support for the Venezuelan people in their time of need by visiting with Venezuelan migrants fleeing the manmade disaster in Venezuela.

Secretary Pompeo will then travel to Bogota to meet with Colombian President Ivan Duque to discuss the strong partnership our countries share, including in managing the COVID-19 response, promoting mutual prosperity, and tackling the threats to regional security from narcotraffickers, terror groups, and Maduro’s illegitimate regime.

Finally, Secretary Pompeo will return to the United States to discuss Department of State priorities at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas.

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@Ramakant-P posted:

That is a stupid question. It shows your ignorance.

"Stupid" is from the latin word “stupidus”, which means a person who is astonished by lots of event. Calling him stupid and ignorant, well that is actually a compliment for him.

Uncle Rama, tell us what have you actually done in your lifetime that makes you Einstein?

@Mitwah posted:

"Stupid" is from the latin word “stupidus”, which means a person who is astonished by lots of event. Calling him stupid and ignorant, well that is actually a compliment for him.

Uncle Rama, tell us what have you actually done in your lifetime that makes you Einstein?

I am not going to dignify your question with an answer. I taught Latin in CP class at DeHoop Primary school.

@Ramakant-P posted:

I am not going to dignify your question with an answer. I taught Latin in CP class at DeHoop Primary school.

Cha-Cha & Cha_Chee must be very proud of your accomplishments.

Please  tell us what else have you actually done in your lifetime that makes you Einstein?

@Athena posted:

Bittersweet memories of walking down the Dehoop road to Broken Water Land.

Yes! My wife lived 100 yards away from the school between two of the Kanhai residences. Your mom must have known her or me.

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