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Guyana India two-year cooperation plan

Guyana is seeking further assistance from the Indian Government in such areas as training, bio-fuel and agricultural development, food security and health and the two have begun crafting their work programme for bilateral co-operation over the next two years.The two sides met yesterday for the fourth Session of the Guyana India joint commission at the Ministry of Foreign Trade boardroom. Declaring the session open, Foreign Trade Minister Dr. Henry Jeffrey and head of the Indian Delegation, Minister of State, Ministry of External Affairs, Anand Sharma commented on the good relations existing between the two countries. Indian High Commissioner S.K. Mandal was also part of the delegation.Sharma said the session would also be used to review the state of engagement between the two countries and noted that it would cover areas of interest in which Guyana could share India's expertise.He said both sides would also consolidate their commitments.(via stabroeknews.com)
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