Guyana and Barbados are once again looking to strengthen cooperation between the two Caribbean states.
After a 5 year lapse, the Guyana-Barbados Joint Economic, Technical and Cultural Commission will meet in Georgetown from October 4 to 6. The Barbadian delegation will be led by Minister of Foreign Affairs Maxine McLean. The Barbadian delegation will include private sector representatives.
The meeting will focus on agriculture, education, tourism and hospitality, transport, immigration, security and legal services, and investments and export. The Guyana delegation will be headed by Foreign Affairs Minister, Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett.
In July 2002, Guyana and Barbados signed an agreement to establish a commission to examine ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two countries. The inaugural session of the Guyana /Barbados Joint Commission was held in October 2007.
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