Surinamese Embassy in Guyana hosted children of ‘Bless the Children Home’ in observance of its Independence

As Republic of Suriname celebrated its Independence Anniversary on Wednesday last, the Surinamese Embassy in Georgetown treated the occupants Bless the Children Home located at Industry, East Coast Demerara (ECD).
In addition to the treat, a quantity of sanitizing products was donated to the home as part of helping to combat the Covid-19 virus. This activity has been made feasible with contributions from loyal sponsors.
Chargé d’Affaires of the Surinamese Embassy, Liselle Blankendal stated that the Embassy has decided to make the children of the home happy especially on such momentous occasion for the Dutch-speaking country.
The children were also provided with information about Suriname in a fun, festive and interactive manner. The symbolic meaning of the flag’s colours were explained to the children by Gevencio Doorson, son of Chancellor Luancia Amalensi.
The children promised to do their best at school so that when they grow up and have a job they will also visit the beautiful country of Suriname.
At the same time, Suriname also commemorates 45 years of diplomatic relations with the Cooperative Republic of Guyana on November 25, 2020.
This relationship between the two countries has always been good and is based on good neighborliness and long-term friendly ties.
With the appointment of the mutual Presidents namely President Santokhi and President Ali respectively of Suriname and Guyana, the agreement has been made to deepen and expand the cooperation between the two countries.
This agreement has been recorded in the Strategic Dialogue and Collaboration Platform (SDCP), which will take place through monitoring by mutual Presidents.
The launch of the SDCP took place on the country’s Independence Day with President Ali visiting Suriname to also take part in the celebration of the 45th Anniversary of Suriname’s Independence.