President Irfaan Ali recently visited India, where he held a series of meetings with Indian leaders to discuss areas of collaboration between the two countries. On Monday, President Ali held a press conference to brief the media on the outcome of the engagement.
According to President Ali, the two countries have identified several areas of cooperation, including trade and investment, tourism, education, and cultural exchange. He also emphasized the importance of working together to combat climate change and promote sustainable development.
“The relationship between Guyana and India is built on a foundation of mutual respect and shared values,” President Ali said. “We believe that working together can achieve greater prosperity and security for our people.”
In addition to the talks with Indian leaders, President Ali also met with members of the Guyanese diaspora in India and visited several cultural and historical sites in the country.
“It was an honor to represent Guyana in India and to strengthen the bonds of friendship between our two nations,” President Ali said.
President Ali’s visit to India was seen as a positive step towards strengthening the relationship between the two countries and expanding cooperation in various fields. Shemar Alleyne was there and filed this report.