President Ali in the Dominican Republic on official two-day visit
(cuartasemana.com.do) President Luis Abinader will Tuesday receive the official visit to his counterpart from the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, President Mohamed Irfaan Ali.
The visit of the President of Guyana is carried out within the framework of initiatives to strengthen diplomatic relations between the two nations, established since 1970.
Upon arrival in the country, President Irfaan Ali and his official entourage will be received at the International Airport of the Americas by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Roberto Álvarez; the Ambassador of the Dominican Republic in Guyana, Ernesto Torres; the Director of State Ceremonial and Protocol, Ambassador Francisco José Cantizano Nadal and officials from the Vice Ministry of Bilateral Foreign Policy.
THE WELCOME CEREMONY FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE COOPERATIVE REPUBLIC OF GUYANA WILL BE HELD ON THE FRONT STAIRS OF THE NATIONAL PALACE ON TUESDAY AT 11:00 AM.
Upon arrival at the National Palace, the Head of State of Guyana will receive the corresponding honors for his high investiture and immediately, the rulers will proceed to the military review pass and the presentation and greetings of their respective delegations.
Subsequently, the presidents of the Dominican Republic and Guyana will have a private audience in the Presidential Office.
The official agenda includes an extended meeting of both delegations in the Governing Council Room. After noon, the heads of state will hold a ceremony to sign instruments and a joint declaration, in the Ambassadors Room, and a private lunch in the Banquet Dining Room of the National Palace.
Then a Business Meeting will be held, chaired by Foreign Minister Roberto Álvarez and Mrs. Oneidge Walrond, MP, Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce of Guyana, this space will bring together the business leadership of both countries from the energy, agriculture, tourism sectors , construction, among others. The development of the program will feature presentations by Biviana Riveiro, executive director of ProDominicana and her counterpart Peter Ramsaroop, as well as the special participation of Celso Marranzini, president of CONEP and Komal Singh, executive director of the Guyana Private Sector Commission.