Guyana is preparing to offer relief to those Caribbean countries left ravaged by Hurricane Irma.
This afternoon, the Minister of State, Joe Harmon and a government team will meet with officials of the Private Sector Commission on the issue.
The Government has already pledged its support to the the islands which have seen devastation left behind by Irma’s wrath.
Meanwhile, a number of Guyanese living in the British Virgin Islands and St. Martin are requesting the help of the Guyana Government to assist them in moving from the hurricane ravaged islands.
In St. Martin and the British Virgin islands, houses were demolised and critical infrastructure badly damaged.
It could take years, for many of the countries to be rebuilt.
Many of the Guyanese who have been displaced, want the Guyana government to look at the possibility of assisting them to move back to Guyana.
A Guyanese man is among those persons who were killed by the Hurricane in the British Virgin Islands.