China News Service, February 10th According to foreign media reports, on the 9th, the US Embassy in Guyana issued a warning that it had received “unconfirmed threat information” for flights from Guyana to the United States.
The US Embassy in Guyana issued a warning on its website recommending that all Americans in Guyana avoid flying to the United States on a Caribbean Airlines flight before the 12th.
The representative of Caribbean Airlines in Guyana said that the company has coordinated with the police, the military and other agencies to improve their security level. The representative said that since the 7th, the company has begun to strengthen prevention. Currently, the flights are running as usual, but they will not be lucky.
In 2007, a former Guyan member of the Parliament, a Mexican Guyana and two other associates, were accused of conspiring to attack the JFK airport with a bomb. Four people were found guilty and two of them were sentenced to life imprisonment.
Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang