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Guyana’s ties with Spain


Added 17 July 2017


Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo delivering remarks at the reception held in honour of His Excellency Fernando Garcia-Casas – Spanish Secretary of State on International Cooperation and Latin America and the Ambassador of Spain to Guyana – Javier Maria Carbajosa Sanchez. (DPI/GINA)

GEORGETOWN – The strengthening of all-round relations was emphasised in discussions between Fernando Garcia-Casas, the Spanish Secretary of State for International Cooperation for Latin America and Prime Minister and First Vice President, Moses. V. Nagamootoo last Friday.

Minister Garcia-Casas outlined ways in which Spain could be of assistance to Guyana, including promotion of the Spanish language, culture and tourism in Guyana.

Prime Minister Nagamootoo emphasised the strategic location of Guyana as a gate-way for Countries North of the Atlantic and the Caribbean.  

The Prime Minister continued Guyana stands ready to partner with Spain to prevent deforestation and to protect our environment.

Nagamootoo expressed hope Guyana would be invited to participate in Cultural exhibitions and art shows in Spain, which are scheduled to be held there later this year.

Late Friday evening, the Prime Minister, Vice-President Carl Greenidge and other Ministers bid farewell to the Spanish Secretary of State at a function hosted at the New Thriving Restaurant in Providence by Honorary Consul Brian Tiwari.  They also welcomed the new Spanish Ambassador to Guyana, Javier Carbajosa. (DPI/GINA)



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