The Governments of Guyana and Haiti have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to deepen collaboration in areas of tourism, agriculture and other economic and social sectors.
The agreement was signed by Guyana’s Second Vice President and Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge and his Haitian counterpart, Antonio Rodrigues on February 27, 2018, a press statement from the Foreign Affairs Ministry noted today.
The statement outlined that the MoU provides a framework for the deepening of collaboration between Guyana and Haiti in the areas of tourism, agriculture, water management, forestry, food security and other sectors facilitating the economic and social development of the two countries.
The Ministry said a Joint Commission will be established to implement the agreement and give further impetus to the bilateral relationship.
The first meeting of the Commission is expected to take place within six months of the entry into force of the Agreement and thereafter, the Commission is expected to meet annually, or as otherwise agreed.