Guyana “watching” situation in recolonised Dutch Caribbean islands – Demerara Waves


Former St. Eustatius Island Secretary of  Koert Kerkhoff (left) and Leader of the Nos Kier Boneiru Bek Foundation, James Finies briefing the media in Georgetown,

Guyana’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge on Tuesday indicated that his country would be paying guarded attention to the political situation in the former Netherlands Antilles- Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba- where residents complain that they have been recolonised eight years ago by The Netherlands.

They want to be replaced on the United Nations list of non-self governing territories. “That can only happen if that’s asked for by a member state of the United Nations and we were advised by different people to have it done preferably by the neighbouring countries, the brother and sister countries, which is…

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