Flags placed at the Corantijnbrug location stolen


The Surinamese and Guyanese flags, which were placed on Saturday at the location on the Surinamese side from where the bridge over the Corantijn River will be built, have been stolen. The flags are said to have disappeared within two days. The flags were placed by the Public Works Ministers of Guyana and Suriname.

Guyanese minister Juan Edgill said officials during Saturday’s visit had the opportunity to walk the alignment where the bridge will begin and where it will end, as well as the development of the roads to connect the bridge.

The minister also said that upon completion it is expected that there will be an increase in economic activities in the vicinity of the bridge due to, among other things, the construction of hotels, fun park and markets.

Edgill announced that Suriname’s ministers of Foreign Affairs and Public Works will participate in another meeting in Georgetown this week to continue discussions on the progress of the project.

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