Guyana, New Zealand sign Air Services Agreement


Guyana has entered an Air Services Agreement with the Republic of New Zealand, which grants both States the right to conduct international air transport within a common framework.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced Thursday that the agreement was signed by Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, and newly accredited High Commissioner Designate of New Zealand to Guyana Anton Ojala.

The Foreign Minister signs the Agreement while Foreign Service Officer, Mr. Royston Alkins looks on. [Ministry of Foreign Affairs photo]
According to the Ministry, the signing of the Agreement stems from a joint desire to broaden international air transport opportunities and outlines the related parameters that will enhance competitive air transport services, trade and economic growth.

Guyana and New Zealand established diplomatic relations on September 1, 1974, and continue to enjoy strong relations.

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