With oil oozing from its orifices, Guyana attracts diplomatic overtures from United Arab Emirates, UAE – which can literally drown in its volume of oil resources.
No word form President Granger who accepted the credentials of the UAE Ambassador in a ceremony that excluded informing the nation of its decision.
Maybe we should mention that the UAE has been top Foreign Direct Investors in Africa, by value of Capital Investment, second only to China, the investment leech of modern times, which already has a 25% ownership of Guyana’s oil.
China now controls a significant part of Guyana’s economy, violates its employment laws and disregards its product quality requirements with a flagrancy that shouts colonialism by economic control.
Now here comes UAE…. with its Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Embassy on its soil and an Emirati embassy in Brazil.
We’re not saying that there isn’t one but really, what’s the diplomatic strategy here ???