Thursday, July 22, 2010

Guyana & Venezuela sign five bilateral agreements.

-Jagdeo given key to capital city

Palacio de Miraflores, Caracas .- The governments of Venezuela and Guyana yesterday signed five important agreements on bilateral cooperation in the framework of the official visit to Caracas President Bharrat Jagdeo.

The first agreement initialed a record of commitment to increase 50 thousand tons of paddy rice by 20 000 tonnes of milled rice.

A memorandum of understanding was signed for the supply of 4000 metric tons of urea beaded by Venezuela to Guyana.

Also signed a memorandum of understanding which will see Venezuela supplying jet fuel A-1 to Guyana and a memorandum of understanding for the creation of a committee on prevention, investigation and settlement of fishing incidents.
President Jagdeo was given a warm welcome and the keys to Caracas during a function at Plaza Bolivar, following his arrival in the Venezuelan capital.


  1. Congrats!
    Wonders never cease in terms of the endless possibilities brought upon us the Guyanese Republic, by the PPP/C Government...Major economic developmental strides have been made in Guyana, not only at the macro level but also at the micro level... If you ask me, once we continue to possess the divine and progressive leadership of this Government, Guyana can't go wrong and it will be inevitable that we become a Powerful Nation in the eyes of the world...

  2. Jagdeo is on a roll, i guess there's no hindrance in his path towards development. Through out the years we have seen many new agreements been signed towards investments, trade, development etc...

  3. Our economy has made significant strides due to the stability and soundness of our economic fundamentals. It has been mentioned on numerous occasions both internationally and locally of our tremendous twist in our standard of living and country's pace of development. This didn't come easily, its hard work and dedication which Jagdeo the government and the people has put into it. We need not stop now and let our country fall into the PNC era once again...lets continue towards the aim of restoring Guyana's economy and ranking us amongst the developed nations.