Scenes From Annual 4th Of July Memorial Flag Carry Parade

first_imgT-shirt with the message: Annual 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene of spectators honoring the flag this morning  during the annual 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry on Grand Canyon Drive. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene of a pair of patriotic spectators this morning at the 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene from the annual 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry this morning in White Rock. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene from the 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry this morning on Grand Canyon Drive. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene of a group of spectators waving American flags this morning during the annual 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry on Grand Canyon Drive. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene this morning from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints annual 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry on Grand Canyon Drive in honor of all those past and present who have paid for our freedom. Thank You! Photo by VaLynn Purviscenter_img Scene of spectators this morning at the annual 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry this morning on Grand Canyon Drive in honor of all those past and present who have paid for our freedom. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene of a spectator saluting the flag this morning at the annual 4th of July Memorial Flag Carr. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene of the flag raising this morning at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Scene from the 4th of July Memorial Flag Carry this morning on Grand Canyon Drive. Photo by VaLynn Purvis Message: In honor of all those past and present who have paid for our freedom. Thank You! Photo by VaLynn Purvislast_img read more

US Will Not Provide Names of Persons Slapped with Visa Restrictions…

first_imgLynch said it is the Secretary of State who has the power to lift the visa restrictions at any time. CMC Speaking during a virtual press briefing, on Thursday, the Ambassador said records are confidential under US law – so we are not able to identify the individuals or provide details on any individual visa case.” She also refused to provide the total number of those who are facing the visa restrictions but reiterated that their family members may also face similar visa restrictions. Lynch admitted that the Government of Guyana was not formally informed of the visa restrictions, indicating that a public statement was made by the US Secretary of State and that statement was widely reported. The events following the March 2 elections, some of which I witnessed, indicate that there are forces that have repeatedly refused to accept the will of the people at the ballot box”. Lynch said the actions by the US Secretary of State sends a clear message about the consequences attached to “subverting democracy and the rule of law which pose a danger to us and our hemispheric partners”.center_img GEORGETOWN, Guyana– United States Ambassador to Guyana Sarah-Ann Lynch says that in the wake of the current political situation in the county, she will not be providing the names of the persons who will have their visas revoked by the US government. She added that the United States has been expressing its concerns over the situation in Guyana for several weeks and remains a friend of Guyana even as it continues to call for a final declaration based on the vote recount. The announcement of the visa restrictions was made on Wednesday by the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who said the restrictions were targeting persons the US believes are undermining democracy in Guyana, as the country still waits for a final declaration of the results from the elections. United States Ambassador to Guyana Sarah-Ann Lynch Questioned about whether the US intends to take any further actions against Guyanese officials, the US Ambassador said she would not be able to comment on that.last_img read more