Guyana, Georgia to enhance bilateral relations

Non-Resident Ambassador of the Republic of Georgia to Guyana, David Solomonia (left) presenting his Letters of Credence to President David Granger. (Ministry of the Presidency photo)

President David Granger says that Guyana is looking forward to sharing experiences and expertise with the Republic of Georgia.

The Head of State made these remarks when he accredited David Solomonia on Wednesday as the new Non-Resident Ambassador of the Republic of Georgia to Guyana.  Solomonia will be resident in Brasilia, Brazil.

According to a Ministry of the Presidency release, the President noted that Guyana’s efforts to improve conditions of life for all its citizens and Georgia’s proven expertise in several fields of common interest represent a platform for cooperation.

“Guyana looks forward, therefore, to a new phase in our relations, one which will emphasise investment and innovation for our mutual benefit. Guyana is keen to benefit from Georgia’s expertise in the fields of agriculture, education and information communication technology,” the President said.

Guyana and Georgia established diplomatic relations in April 2012

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