(CNS): Michael Edward John Gore, Governor of the Cayman Islands from 1992 to 1995, died at the age of 86. Prime Minister Wayne Panton and Governor Martyn Roper issued a statement on Friday morning in response to news of his death, stating that he was sad. To hear his death and offer of condolences. According to Pantone, Gore is a dear friend of the Cayman Islands, and in his first throne speech, Gore was one of the luckiest countries in the world. In honor of Governor Gore’s life, the Cayman Islands flag and Union Jack raised half-masts throughout Friday. This repeats on his funeral day, or the previous Friday if it takes place on weekends. Said.
“Governor Gore’s contribution to our country is immeasurable.
Observe Governor Michael Gore Bird Reserve, including Freshwater Wetlands
The Spots Newlands area is a roosting and breeding habitat for some freshwater birds.
Seeds, “Panton said.
Roper also mentioned Gore’s passion for the environment and biodiversity, and said he was an avid birdwatcher. Gore wrote a book about birds in South Korea, Uruguay and The Gambia.He also wrote many articles on nature maintenance, explained in his own photographs. Wild animals..
During his diplomat career, he served in four countries: Malaysia, South Korea, Uruguay (during the Tupamaros uprising), and Africa. As an ambassador, he experienced a civil war in Liberia before coming to the Caribbean. He first went to the Cayman Islands as the Bahamas High Commissioner and then as Governor.
Gore was here when Queen Elizabeth visited in 1994, welcoming Cayman’s first knight, former treasurer Vassel Johnson, as a knight and opening the Edbush Sports Complex in West Bay.
Both Pantone and Roper expressed deep condolences to Governor Gore’s wife, Monica, and his family and friends.